Definition of Naziism in English:

Naziism

noun

  • See Nazi

    • ‘Suddenly it seemed that Naziism was alive and well and living in Vienna, not least because Haider's anti-immigration and anti-EU rhetoric seemed to hark back to a darker past.’
    • ‘For a long time, the origin of the Third Reich consumed the attention of historians interested in German Naziism.’
    • ‘The Marxism of Sartre and the Naziism of Heidegger are sufficient to prove that Existentialism, which already denies any reality to moral principles, can randomly be associated with any sort of politics.’
    • ‘Of course, both Naziism and Soviet communism were critiques of bourgeois liberalism, so maybe they had a lot in common to begin with after all.’
    • ‘They weren't evil, even though they flirted with Naziism in a pretty stupid manner.’

Pronunciation

Naziism

/ˈnɑːtsiːɪz(ə)m/