This is the portion eaten, and to use an Americanism, "It is not at all hard to take."
Americanism as typified by Claude Leslie is a new revelation.
Fit, an Americanism denoting the preterite of the verb to fight.
The use of the verb to locate in the sense of to settle is said to be an Americanism.
The country is—to use an Americanism—in a pretty fix, if this McClellan turns out to be a mistake.
Whether an Americanism or not, it would seem to be quite unobjectionable.
A ounce of Americanism is worth a pound of red propaganda, as the poet says, or would of had he written to-day.
Americanism, whatever else it may be, must be a practical Americanism.
If you appreciate your Americanism, young man, show it by being a part of American institutions.
The tyranny is greatest in regard to "American" and "Americanism."
1781, in reference to words or phrases distinct from British use, coined by John Witherspoon (1723-1794), president of Princeton College, from American + -ism. (American English "English language as spoken in the United States" is first recorded 1806, in Webster.) Americanism in the patriotic sense "attachment to the U.S." is attested from 1797, first found in the writings of Thomas Jefferson.