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Her article asserts that hometown boosterism keeps people from assessing the crime problem accurately.
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His subjects reflect and amplify his Chicago boosterism, laugh at his jokes (mostly about being Jewish), and often tell stories that make the city and the mayor's office look great.
Throughout the Presidential campaign, The_Donald was a hive of Trump boosterism.
The mistake the play’s many gay critics have made is in thinking that transformative art should be a form of boosterism.
The cloud of boosterism The conventional sports wisdom in Chicago was that the awful Bears would beat the awful 49ers at home.
Ryan’s boosterism aside, this new AHCA is still unworkable and, in all likelihood, still unpopular—the original bill was polling at 17 percent.
Politico reports: After both Katrina and Sandy, the natural disaster was followed by a bureaucratic one, as an agency whose main job is small-business boosterism suddenly transforms into America’s last-ditch emergency lender.
Travis sees synergy between Ruth's shamanic boosterism for the healing power of pot and the corporatized wellness industry's embrace of weed as self-care.
Trump might want to dial down his stock-market boosterism: experts Happy Dow 22,000 Day!
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Definition of boosterism for English Language Learners
: enthusiastic and usually excessive support for something or someone
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