[ UK /tɒtˈɛmɪk/ ]
  1. relating to totemism
    totemic object
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use totemic In A Sentence

  • A lot of the foods that we connect with African-Americans, whether totemically, whether positively or negatively, are indeed and in fact foods from the continent. NPR Topics: News
  • The consubstantial kindreds known as totemic groups include both human and non-human kin.
  • In Paul's narrative, the hero is theConstitution -- a totemic symbol representing the Founding Fathers.
  • How could the ultimate scientist have been seemingly hornswoggled by a totemic psuedoscience like alchemy, which in its commonest rendering is described as the desire to transform lead into gold?
  • This totemic commitment was designed to make Labour seem cuddly and unthreatening, but has already been breached by the increase in national insurance in the 2002 budget - a rise in income tax in all but name.
  • The digital age has been predominantly focused on the spatial dimension of recombinant, connective technologies, a preoccupation crystallized in the totemic cyberspace of the computer network.
  • It is something talismanic, totemic, intangible, all-consuming, corrosive, compulsive, elusive, indefinable.
  • Such a vigil might involve fasting and an all-night experience outdoors, during which the initiate comes in direct contact with the gods, discovers his or her own power and connects with tutelary, totemic or guardian spirits.
  • The front door of Farmer's residence was made of fir carved in Haida totemic designs. JADE ISLAND
  • The sculptures contrast with the pressed earth brick and rusted iron used in the main structure, natural materials in keeping with the building's reference to the totemic animal of the area, the spiky-tailed goanna.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy