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nationalistic in Politics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnationalisticna‧tion‧al‧is‧tic /ˌnæʃənəˈlɪstɪk◂/ adjective  SANPPsomeone who is nationalistic believes that their country is better than other countriespatriotic They were encouraging nationalistic sentiment among the students.
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nationalisticAfter renaming the city itself, they pinned nationalistic and revolutionary labels on its streets and buildings.Assimilation worked, especially for a nationalistic capitalist who could write hit songs.Will the state promote sport as a safe, numbing kind of nationalistic cocoon for healthy, obedient citizens?As nationalistic feelings grew, life became increasingly difficult for immigrants.It must surely increase tensions and expectations and put too great an emphasis on nationalistic feelings.Many degenerated into sensational tabloids or nationalistic journals.An intensely nationalistic native of Lorraine, he saw in overseas conquests the compensation for his lost birthplace.I am not trying to make a nationalistic point here.The senator's strong nationalistic views are frightening to many liberals.I don't mean that in a nationalistic way.