Definition of supremacism in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌsizəm/


See supremacist

‘How did white supremacism, and the populist politics of racial solidarity, offer them a kind of perverse security within that world?’
  • ‘Finally, unionism's supremacism is said to be evinced in sexist features of unionist political thought and action.’
  • ‘Humanism here means something like ‘human supremacism.’’
  • ‘This is not mere opportunism, but a malignant metastasis that not only finds white supremacism an acceptable impulse but one fully consonant with its drive to power.’
  • ‘The Western channels have, at least, the excuse of subscribing to a long history of supremacism.’