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ism in Policies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishismis‧m /ˈΙͺzΙ™m/ noun [countable] informal πŸ”Š πŸ”Š PPPBELIEVEused to describe a set of ideas or beliefs whose name ends in β€˜ism’, especially when you think that they are not sensible or practical
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ismβ€’ You know where you are with an ism.β€’ Of course one can not reject Darw $ ism just because it has unpleasant social consequences.β€’ No ism held him in its grip.β€’ The organ ism is the cause and effect of itself, its own intrinsic order and organization.β€’ History is full of such isms, and we have hardly seen the last of them.