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Definition of "jingoistic" []

  • Overly patriotic or nationalistic. (adjective)

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Use "jingoistic" in a sentence
  • ""Between references to the Troubles, the Holocaust and post-9/11 America to the Cuban Boat Lift of the 80s and the Japanese internment of the 40s, it is clear that Cuarón sees the world as a constant power struggle between the established and the excluded, a continuation of colonialism and imperialism wrapped up in jingoistic jargon and problematic patriotism.""
  • "However the manager resented my bringing this to her attention, as if she didn't personally care and I some kind of jingoistic loon for desiring respect be given to the Stars N 'Stripes."
  • "This kind of jingoistic blustering was rampant in the South before the Civil War; how the ‘boys in grey’ could each whip 10 dirty Yankees with one arm tied behind their backs before breakfast …"