The disposition, character, or fundamental values peculiar to a specific person, people, culture, or movement: "They cultivated a subversive alternative ethos” ( Anthony Burgess). (noun)
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Use "ethos" in a sentence
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"This is a story of inclusion and change, a movement from what he calls ethos (custom) to ta ethne (the nations)."
"Their ethos is linked to that of New York's Editions: Artists 'Book Fair, whose focus on new editions, young artists and young galleries, "I was hoping to reproduce that back in London" explains Richard Lloyd, Christie's International Head of the Print Department."