compatriotism

All Noun
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  • The captain, whose open, ingenuous countenance dissembled as villainous a heart as ever beat in the breast of any man, disowned the compatriotism with a smile. Cited from St. Martin's Summer, by Rafael Sabatini
  • Our male companions are for the most part transferred to other prisons, and among the number are two young Englishmen, with whom I used sometimes to converse in French, without acknowledging our compatriotism. Cited from A Residence in France, Complete, by An English Lady
  • It may be doubted whether any competent critic not, like Scott, bribed by compatriotism, ever put Smollett above Fielding, or even on a level with him. Cited from The English Novel, by George Saintsbury
  • It was part of our mission to lunch at the most gorgeous of the hotels, and to look upon such of our fellow-countrymen as we might see there, after our long seclusion at Villeneuve; and we easily found all the splendor and compatriotism we wanted. Cited from A Little Swiss Sojourn, by W. D. Howells