The party hinted at a lack of patriotism when Gorbachev celebrated his 80th birthday in London.
Powell possessed a powerful sense of loyalty and duty and patriotism, all of which meant that he was willing to put up with a lot.
In a struggle for the meaning of American patriotism, the red prevailed over the blue.
Hanford offers everything a storyteller could want,” said the narrator, including “intrigue” and “patriotism.
Flooded with patriotism, he wanted the rights afforded to every American–among those, jury duty and the right to vote.
See to it that the new associations make for righteousness and patriotism.
His wisdom and patriotism will become henceforth conspicuous.
We have failed to appreciate that the Indian, in being driven from his lands, has retaliated from motives of patriotism.
I thank him publicly for his companionship and his patriotism.
He mounted the rude platform hastily erected in front of the state house, burning with indignation, and glowing with patriotism.