Definition of Europeanism in US English:

Europeanism

noun

  • See European

    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Even the anti-EU opposition, in truth, professes just another vision of Europeanism.’
    • ‘In the spirit of Europeanism, the English will unite behind Germany's bid to win the World Cup on Sunday.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘A new pan-eastern Europeanism seemingly supplies America's greatest metropolis with its negative libidinal forces.’

Pronunciation

Europeanism

/ˌyərəˈpēəˌnizəm//ˌjərəˈpiəˌnɪzəm/