Meaning of ethnocentrist in English:


adjective & noun

See ethnocentrism

  • ‘I'm sorry, but that seems arrogant and ethnocentrist to me.’
  • ‘With its majestic silence and impressive height, it leaves even the ethnocentrist of the worst breed in complete awe.’
  • ‘Women wanted to deal with a much wider array of conditions; they wanted to pursue transcendence free from ethnocentrist as well as sexist or classist assumptions.’
  • ‘We are largely monolinguists and ethnocentrists and damn good tourists, but hapless travelers.’
  • ‘The movement is simply one of the wedges used by racists, ethnocentrists, religious bigots, and homophobes to force the country to engage in an evil discourse.’