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Definition of Jingoish
1. jingo [adj] - See also: jingo
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Literary usage of Jingoish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1881)
"The sentiments are decidedly “ jingoish,” but the words have a fine old-fashioned ring, which may be interesting to some of your readers. ..."
2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1904)
"Considering the history of Mr. Roosevelt for the last six years, his unfortunate speeches, and his jingoish proclivities it does not seem prudent to ..."
3. Recollections of a Varied Career by William Franklin Draper (1908)
"... personal experience what war means,— a clear, cool head and a firm determination not to be carried off his ground by any foolish jingoish balderdash. ..."
4. Dewitt Miller: A Biographical Sketch by Leon Henry Vincent (1912)
"Always intensely patriotic in tone, not to say jingoish, their effect is to bring home with irresistible force to the hearer — who may have forgotten it for ..."
5. Actual Government of New York: A Manual of the Local, Municipal, State and by Frank David Boynton (1918)
"In the truest sense there is nothing yellow or jingoish in the sentiment which we sum up in the word " patriotism," the true foundation and motive power of ..."
6. Face to Face with Kaiserism by James Watson Gerard (1918)
"... has had in the summer of 1915 on neutral ground with a French socialist politician of no jingoish leanings at all on the possibilities of peace. ..."
7. Carranza and His Bolshevik Regime by Jorge Vera Estañol (1920)
"Such have been the deplorable results—and we do not as yet know what extremes they will yet reach—of the Bolshevik and jingoish spirit of the so-called ..."