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Excessive religious zeal.
- ‘The question is - and this gets to an area of religion, and I'm not much for single-issue religionism, or that sort of thing, or the kind of stuff we have too much of in the United States.’
- ‘It promotes law and order, ideas of nationalism, religionism, and authority.’
- ‘This commitment to radical religionism leads to terrible public policy.’
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