Definition of Irredentisms

1. irredentism [n] - See also: irredentism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irredentisms

irrecoverable
irrecoverableness
irrecoverably
irrecuperable
irrecuperably
irrecured
irrecusable
irrecusably
irredeemability
irredeemable
irredeemableness
irredeemably
irredenta
irredentas
irredentism
irredentisms (current term)
irredentist
irredentists
irreducibilities
irreducibility
irreducible
irreducible complexity
irreducible hernia
irreducibleness
irreducibles
irreducibly
irredundant
irreferential
irreflection
irreflective

Literary usage of Irredentisms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Map of Asia (1900-1919) by Herbert Adams Gibbons (1919)
"... like all other irredentisms, meets equally strong counter-irredentist aspirations on the part of other nations and races. ..."

2. The Fruits of Victory: A Sequel to "The Great Illusion," by Norman Angell (1921)
"Rumania has marked her redemption by the inclusion of considerable Hungarian, Bulgarian, and Serbian 'irredentisms' within her new borders. ..."

3. What Really Happened at Paris: The Story of the Peace Conference, 1918-1919 by Edward Mandell House, Charles Seymour (1921)
"It was, therefore, part of its duty to anticipate new irredentisms, which might call for future vindication. In the second place, the Peace Conference had ..."

4. The New Map of Asia (1900-1919) by Herbert Adams Gibbons (1919)
"... like all other irredentisms, meets equally strong counter-irredentist aspirations on the part of other nations and races. ..."

5. The Fruits of Victory: A Sequel to "The Great Illusion," by Norman Angell (1921)
"Rumania has marked her redemption by the inclusion of considerable Hungarian, Bulgarian, and Serbian 'irredentisms' within her new borders. ..."

6. What Really Happened at Paris: The Story of the Peace Conference, 1918-1919 by Edward Mandell House, Charles Seymour (1921)
"It was, therefore, part of its duty to anticipate new irredentisms, which might call for future vindication. In the second place, the Peace Conference had ..."

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