Definition of vernacularism in US English:

vernacularism

noun

  • See vernacular

    • ‘There are no awkward phrases or vernacularisms in the texts.’
    • ‘The ambient sights and sounds, work culture, and common vernacularisms are the story's setting.’
    • ‘My use of vernacularisms in this post seemed appropriate in the informal atmosphere of the blogosphere.’
    • ‘Some architects and scholars of architecture have sidestepped this question and chosen instead to experiment with vernacularism.’
    • ‘We also welcome papers that analyze any aspect of literary discourse in relation to black vernacularism.’

Pronunciation

vernacularism

/vərˈnakyələˌrizəm//vərˈnækjələˌrɪzəm/