jingoism in a sentence

Example sentences for jingoism

The jingoism of many of the commercials was a reason watching them became so tiring, and tiresome.
By the way, jingoism is the favorite ideology for people too dim-witted to think beyond self-satisfied pride in their own skin.
Prejudice and jingoism need to be replaced by empathy and critical thought.
Don't deprive students of this with another wave of jingoism.
They have instead become a showcase for the host countries, jingoism at its best.
To those even remotely sensitive to political realities, any public display of mourning flirts with tacky jingoism.
Unnecessary bellicosity and jingoism is detrimental to peace and prosperity, and incites unnecessary confrontation.
Your jingoism is getting in the way of the concept of liberty.
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