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Use "idealisms" in a sentence
"In fact it's never quite clear whose love-longings they are that seem to May so problematically idealising, at the end of a European 20th century when our scepticism has gone through idealisms pretty thoroughly, at least in serious writing – the story is different perhaps in film and pop music."
"When Nazi Germany was defeated by the USA during WWII their flag was taken down and eliminated as was their idealisms and atrocities."
"Our very democracy is rooted in the ability of two opposing, yet vital idealisms to converge effectively."