[ US /dʒɪŋɡoʊˈɪstɪk/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˌɪŋɡə‍ʊˈɪstɪk/ ]
  1. fanatically patriotic
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How To Use jingoistic In A Sentence

  • They said it was nationalistic, jingoistic, imperialistic and represented a bad and unjust past.
  • This is your average jingoistic space-program flick.
  • It is not, nor ever should be, a jingoistic patriotic stab at defining a nation's identity through theatre.
  • On a nightly basis, vastly overpaid news anchors appear to vie with one another to see who can emerge the most jingoistic or lachrymose.
  • Aren't there young men who are swayed by nothing more than the stirring music of a military brass band, or the sight of fine-looking uniforms, or the rabble-rousing rhetoric of a jingoistic politician while the flag waves in the wind?
  • The most disturbing aspect of this article isn't anything that appears in the article itself, but rather the collection bigoted, jingoistic, and willfully ignorant remarks that followed.
  • I proudly inject mindless, jingoistic patriotism into my feature films.
  • Accordingly, I then did some editing to correct them, but in response you reverted my edits, with a note "Constant re-insertion of jingoistic words and phrasing." when in fact i did not reinsert any but instead was removing such, including the term homosex, with Andy had not edited. - Latest Popular Stories, Instablogs Community
  • Made during the Second World War, it’s packed with jingoistic Americanism, but this ties in with Cohan’s own attitudes and the unself-conscious sentimentality of his songs, and Cagney’s stiff-backed hoofing is so spirited that the moldly plot turns hardly bother one. 2009 July 04 « One-Minute Book Reviews
  • The entire manner in which the heavily criticized act was passed into law is enough to give even the most jingoistic jarhead reason to pause.
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