Examples of tribalism in a Sentence
Tribalism within the group is strong.
the corrupting influence of tribalism
Recent Examples of tribalism from the Web
And being on the smart side requires a deep commitment to a currency of bipartisanship, and non-tribalism that is simply marginalized now in our politics.
Clad in clown makeup, matching smocks and hairnets festooned with frilly gills, these aquatic creatures appear totally alien at first, but eventually reveal multiple humanlike traits: callous manipulation, rampant tribalism … and perhaps, love?
This is part of a growing tribalism that contributes to the polarization of our political system.
There has always been an element of tribalism in politics, the way people from this part of Chicago root for the White Sox, but people from that part go for the Cubs.
There's something charmingly communal about the place, perhaps dining at this basic primal level brings out our better pan-tribalism.
The danger at the moment is that the capital could be sliding into a kind of tribalism.
The new season activates another sleeper theme: tribalism.
While about 82 percent of Republicans approve of Trump—a double-digit increase since the election—Republican approval for the last Republican president, Bush, was nearly unanimous at 97 percent, suggesting even tribalism has a limit.
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First Known Use of tribalism
TRIBALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tribalism for English Language Learners
: loyalty to a tribe or other social group especially when combined with strong negative feelings for people outside the group
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