Definition of Orangeism in US English:

Orangeism

noun

  • See Orange

    • ‘The truth is, Orangeism is dying a slow and convoluted death.’
    • ‘Since his sermon he has found himself acting as lightning rod for widespread discontent with the direction Orangeism has taken.’
    • ‘This was unusual in that it is dedicated to the memory of the battle of the Somme in 1916 and carries no overt reference to Orangeism.’
    • ‘That includes the academic sympathisers with Orangeism.’
    • ‘The defeat of hardline Orangeism and Unionism over the parades issue has added to the disillusionment, anger and the sense of bewilderment within a section of the Protestant community.’