Examples of boosterism in a Sentence
Her article asserts that hometown boosterism keeps people from assessing the crime problem accurately.
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There's a lot of interesting arts writing on numerous new websites, and less of the old-style boosterism, McLennan said, but those sites are typically not seen by a larger audience and may not perform the oversight function of beat reporting.
Photo: Library of Congress Harding had been a small-town newspaper publisher and parlayed his civic boosterism into a successful political career; his wife Florence was the brains and ambition in the family.
In this and other Republican primaries, the candidates have clearly concluded that Trump boosterism is their base voters’ overriding priority, more than any particular credential or policy stance.
Here’s another measure of that diversity: Liaoning already has at least ten other fossil museums, some with important collections, others mainly products of local boosterism or bureaucratic career-building.
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.
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Definition of boosterism for English Language Learners
: enthusiastic and usually excessive support for something or someone
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