Definition of Incivism

1. n. Want of civism; want of patriotism or love to one's country; unfriendliness to one's state or government.



Definition of Incivism

1. Noun. Lack of civism or patriotism; unfriendliness to one's state or government. ¹

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Definition of Incivism

1. neglect of duty as a citizen [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incivism

incitement
incitements
inciter
inciters
incites
inciting
incitingly
incitive
incito-motor
incito-motory
incivil
incivilities
incivility
incivilization
incivilly
incivism (current term)
incivisms
inclamation
inclamations
inclarity
inclasp
inclasped
inclasping
inclasps
inclavated
inclave
incle
inclemencies
inclemency
inclement

Literary usage of Incivism

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1. The Constitutions and Other Select Documents Illustrative of the History of by Frank Maloy Anderson (1904)
"... been denounced because of incivism, when the denunciation shall have been pronounced valid, in conformity with the decree of the said 2ist day of April. ..."

2. Essays in Historical Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1902)
"guilty of "incivism"; and "incivism" was a crime against the Republic. Lavoisier told Lalande that he expected to be stripped of everything, but he added he ..."

3. Essays in Historical Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1902)
"guilty of " incivism" ; and " incivism" was a crime against the Republic. Lavoisier told Lalande that he expected to be stripped of everything, ..."

4. The French Revolution and Religious Reform by William Milligan Sloane (1901)
"To be accused of “incivism” by undoubted terrorists was equivalent to attainder, with the penalty of death, outlawry, on exile. ..."

5. Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S. T. Coleridge by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1836)
"Judge Abbot acted very well; he put the question on the ground of incivism, and not on the religious ground. No doubt the early Christians, ..."

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