Meaning of cultism in English:

cultism

noun

See cult

  • ‘He must snap out of the cocoon of cultism and accept that it's time to hand on to his successor.’
  • ‘In each of these cases and many others the crucial distinction is that the passion for cinema reaches a point where it must manifest itself in some way beyond mere attendance at screenings, be it cultism, criticism, or film-making.’
  • ‘The ancient Egyptians cultivated opium poppies, however the use of opium was generally restricted to priests, magicians, and warriors, and was associated with religious cultism.’
  • ‘Along in this process of cultism, I became his loyal servant and protector.’