Examples of nationalistic in a Sentence
the political party's nationalistic ideology
a nationalistic display of the country's flag at all civic events
Recent Examples of nationalistic from the Web
Far from the ideological fare that many have come to associate with North Korean musical acts, the concert program was surprisingly light on the nationalistic propaganda.
Pro-government supporters flooded the streets of Syria’s capital at daybreak Saturday in a show of nationalistic pride after airstrikes by the U.S., Britain and France against the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
North Korea has often used ostentatious projects to inspire nationalistic pride, reward loyalty and enhance the prestige of the ruling regime.
In my view, there’s only one Democratic candidate who could push Trump and his coalition, a nationalistic force inherent in American life but never before so ascendant, back to the shadows.
In earlier conflicts with foreign countries, Chinese citizens inflamed by nationalistic news coverage boycotted high-profile international brands like Toyota Motor Corp. and Hyundai Motor Co., hurting corporate profits and boosting Chinese leverage.
Xi, like Trump, is a nationalistic leader who has emphasized his strength and decisiveness and can’t afford to look weak in a confrontation with China’s biggest rival.
In Turkey, President Recep Tayip Erdoğan’s increasingly nationalistic and authoritarian stance adds another layer of friction.
Both are more nationalistic than previous members of the president’s foreign-policy team.
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NATIONALISTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nationalistic for English Language Learners
: relating to or showing a belief that your country is better and more important than other countries
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