Examples of regionalism in a Sentence
The residents have a strong sense of regionalism.
The word “pop” for “soda” is a Midwest regionalism.
Recent Examples of regionalism from the Web
The president believes this is about judicial philosophy, constitutionalism, regionalism versus judicial activism.
Power is diffuse — the rise of globalism and regionalism and, its equal and opposite reaction, nativism, compounded by corporations beholden to no state, non-state actors with no morality, and mass movements with no leaders.
In a country where officials are often suspicious of regionalism, club bosses are trying to appeal to the pride of Cantonese speakers.
Transdev also runs ferry service for RTA from Algiers to Chalmette in St. Bernard Parish, marking a rare stroke of regionalism loosely organized around one company.
Kevin Kamenetz’s death leaves a large void in the cause of city-county relations, the promise in regionalism, progressive government and honorable service to the common good.
TouchTunes erodes the premise of quaint regionalism as bars of all kinds transform into Top 40 danceries.
The concert was almost exclusively film music, but the first half, conducted by Stéphane Denève, slipped in a bit of mediocre regionalism with Williams’ A Hymn to New England.
Why hasn’t regionalism caught on more strongly with Bay Area bars?
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REGIONALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of regionalism for English Language Learners
: interest in or loyalty to a particular region
: a word that is used in a particular region
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