establishmentarianism

NOUN
  1. the doctrine of supporting the social or political establishment
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  • If I push it, I can dredge up "Rotarian," which is not much help, as well as "antidisestablishmentarianism" -- a word even longer than Singularitarianism, which is also related to the subject of religion. The Speculist: Lexicon for the Singularity - Aware
  • Langford is well aware of the irony - or what could be spun as 21st Century anti-establishmentarianism - of a punk band still making music 30 years on. Tourdates Unsigned Chart
  • For a glimpse of that masterful figure, fast forward to "Almost Famous" and the casual drop of "antidisestablishmentarianism" into a heated diss, or the arresting "No Love", which pits a pinging Em in a friendly against Lil Wayne. Eminem: Recovery
  • Nor am I such a sycophantic admirer of the Reformed establishmentarianism that I disavow any admiration of, or any spiritual kinship to, many of our Anabaptist forbears. Pensees
  • Perhaps the greatest contribution of establishmentarianism in American history was to set its seal on the civil rights movement. Philocrites: August 2008 Archives
  • Golden's tale is steeped in the ambiance of classic 1950's _Galaxy_ magazine, an editorial venue which, for good or ill, created such a strong template for a certain kind of SF storytelling that even now, fifty years after that magazine's heyday, we are still seeing new iterations of _Galaxy_'s trademark blend of social satire, irreverent anti-establishmentarianism, and pseudo-hardboiled narration. Asimov's Science Fiction
  • I've gotta tell you how funny, warm and cool these three guys were telling wonderful stories about working with industry greats like Bill Gaines, Will Elder, John Severin, Wally Wood and Harvey Kurtzman while putting together many classic humor strips that became the very model of "antidisestablishmentarianism" for multiple generations of comic book fans. Archive 2009-09-01
  • Modern antidisestablishmentarianism is a real danger for the integrity of the church, even if getting to use my favorite third-grade spelling word in context is a hoot. Waldo Jaquith - The Book of Matthew engrossed by House with a floor substitute.
  • This well-meaning law ensures that schools will be closed if their special ed students and non-native speakers of English cannot spell "antidisestablishmentarianism" or solve rudimentary problems in thermodynamics. The Wartime President
  • I also gave her a copy of the dictonary's definition for "antidisestablishmentarianism," which she got a good chuckle out of. Day in the Life of an Idiot
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