Examples of nationhood in a Sentence
the early days of U.S. nationhood
The colonists showed a strong desire for nationhood.
Recent Examples of nationhood from the Web
However, religionists who reject such dogma (such as those with Judeo-Christian values) don’t pose problems for nationhood, and secular totalitarian countries violate his case.
Emphasizing themes of nationhood, identity and nostalgia, more than 60 music, dance, theater, spoken word and multimedia events are on the calendar.
SAN FRANCISCO—California secession dreamers can begin collecting signatures to place a nationhood proposal on the November 2018 ballot, after language for the measure was approved this week by the state’s attorney general.
Symbolically, swans have long been entwined with nationhood and identity.
And July 2 isn't even the only date that could lay a claim to being the real beginning of American nationhood.
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First Known Use of nationhood
NATIONHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nationhood for English Language Learners
: the state of being an independent nation
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