Definitions for triumphalismtraɪˈʌm fəˌlɪz əm
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
tri•um•phal•ismtraɪˈʌm fəˌlɪz əm(n.)
triumphant spirit or character.
a proud attitude or belief that one's church, political party, etc., is better or truer than all others.
Origin of triumphalism:
The attitude or belief that a particular doctrine, culture, or social system, particularly a religious or political one, is superior and that it will or should triumph over all others.
Triumphalism is the attitude or belief that a particular doctrine, religion, culture, or social system is superior to and should triumph over all others. Triumphalism is not an articulated doctrine but rather a term that is used to characterize certain attitudes or belief systems by parties such as political commentators and historians.
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