Definition of Europeanism in US English:

Europeanism

noun

  • See European

    • ‘In the spirit of Europeanism, the English will unite behind Germany's bid to win the World Cup on Sunday.’
    • ‘A new pan-eastern Europeanism seemingly supplies America's greatest metropolis with its negative libidinal forces.’
    • ‘Even the anti-EU opposition, in truth, professes just another vision of Europeanism.’
    • ‘Political isolation and half-hearted Europeanism will also wreak havoc with our attempts to reform the European Central Bank, the common agricultural policy and the union itself.’
    • ‘To bring my meanderings back to the topic of British politics, this either France or America mentality would be fatal to the success of the cause of Europeanism in the UK.’

Pronunciation

Europeanism

/ˌyərəˈpēəˌnizəm//ˌjərəˈpiəˌnɪzəm/