Definition of Personalisms
1. personalism [n] - See also: personalism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Personalisms
Literary usage of Personalisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Music (1899)
"This is full of personalisms; ie, the first part. After an introduction in quasi-recitative he enters on a harmonically and melodically compact and ..."
2. Complete Prose Works by Walt Whitman (1891)
"... seem'd to gather all its glories, reminiscences, personalisms, in one last gorgeous effort, before the advance of a new day, a new incipient genius—amid ..."
3. The People of Mexico: Who They are and how They Live by Wallace Thompson (1921)
"Mexico has ceased, for the moment at least, to be a white man's country, and the struggle which is going on to-day, with its intense personalisms and its ..."
4. Yale Lectures on Preaching: And Other Writings by Nathaniel Judson Burton (1888)
"I had rather die than spend my life in a perpetual dribble and run-about of personalisms. It fritters your vigor. It fires your curiosity. ..."
5. Ten Sermons on the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ by Isaac Massey Haldeman (1917)
"You will not tolerate it; and it is this intensity of personalism as the expression of self- interest that strikes against other personalisms and produces ..."
6. Revolutionary Essays in Socialist Faith and Fancy by Peter Edward Burrowes (1903)
"It is the immortality life of the human family, with the absurdities of private returns and separated personalisms left out, a human family that has never ..."
7. Revolutionary Essays in Socialist Faith and Fancy by Peter Edward Burrowes (1903)
"It is the immortality life of the human family, with the absurdities of private returns and separated personalisms left out, a human family that ..."