Definition of 'defeatism'
Example sentences containing 'defeatism'
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Tales were exchanged in hushed tones of lack of enthusiasm, of obstruction of Party work: above all, of defeatism. IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)These included a far-reaching mission to snuff out treachery and defeatism in an area which included his old home. IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)They were accused of defeatism by some of their enemies; of shoddy metaphysics by others. EVERVILLE (2001)
Trends of 'defeatism'
Used Occasionally. defeatism is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of defeatism from the Collins English Dictionary
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