Definition of Formulism

1. Noun. An over-reliance on, or adherence to formulae ¹



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Definition of Formulism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Formulism

formularizer
formularizers
formularizes
formularizing
formulary
formulas
formulate
formulated
formulates
formulating
formulation
formulations
formulator
formulators
formule
formulism (current term)
formulisms
formulist
formulists
formulization
formulizations
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formulized
formulizes
formulizing
formulæ
formwork
formworks
formycin B
formycins

Literary usage of Formulism

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1. Society in Rome Under the Caesars by William Ralph Inge (1888)
"The legal formulism, which it is the pride of Rome to have developed, invaded from the earliest date the province of religion. The moral law as promulgated ..."

2. Society in Rome Under the Caesars by William Ralph Inge (1888)
"The legal formulism, which it is the pride of Rome to have developed, invaded from the earliest date the province of religion. The moral law as promulgated ..."

3. Beyond Architecture by Arthur Kingsley Porter (1918)
"Critics are fond of speaking of the formulism of mediaeval art, but in mediaeval art it was not formulism, because it was alive and sincere and genuine. ..."

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