In their reactions to westernism they are sharply differentiated.
The impact of westernism upon the Orient is too ubiquitous to be confined to books.
The full impact of westernism upon the Orient as a whole dates only from about the middle of the nineteenth century.
This is nearly fifty years ago; and westernism was not quite extinct.
But even in regions where European control is still nominal, the permeation of westernism has gone on apace.
In the intellectual and spiritual fields, likewise, the leaven of westernism is clearly apparent.
These politico-religious movements, however, by no means exhaust the list of Oriental reactions to westernism.
Others break with their traditional pasts, steep themselves in westernism, and become more or less genuinely Westernized.
Once on the west bank of the Mississippi, to use a westernism, "he was on his own stamping ground."
I know that she's impulsive, and she's free in her manners with strangers; but I suppose that's her westernism.