unhyphenated

unhyphenated

(ʌnˈhaɪfəˌneɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Grammar) without a hyphen
2. (Anthropology & Ethnology) US and Canadian not using a hyphenated term to describe one's cultural or political loyalty (e.g. French-Canadian, African-American)
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A new, lovely term: 'Christmasaya'-Christ, Christmas and masaya (happy) all in one unhyphenated word.
A close inspection of his cultural attachments--in language, identity performance, and social ceremony--contradicts some of the common critical perspectives of Hemingway and his literature, which generally characterize him as an unhyphenated American (in a cultural sense) for whom English is a dominant language.
I add antishoulder, unlisted but with many Net quotes for the hyphenated spelling, mostly related to countering 'shoulder surfing', plus one unhyphenated use, antishoulder policy, meaning no bicycles allowed on road shoulders.
For me this question of the "multiple identifications" that claiming an unhyphenated "Canadian" identity enables is crucial.
One was Iraqi-American, one Egyptian-American and one an unhyphenated American.
96) Its underlying assumption seemed to be that all individuals are unhyphenated equals and that considering factors such as race is divisive.
Both Johnson's and Sheridan's dictionaries defined "hotchpotch," as one unhyphenated word: "a mingled hash, a mixture.
Fu's work responds to the objective "to excavate hidden female voices" and "to explore the unhyphenated gendered and sexualized space between the two terms 'Chinese' and 'Canadian'" (21).
It is within that long list, for example, that the editors explain that they have chosen the unhyphenated version "mastheads" and give their reasons for that decision (425, for p.
foreign policy in the eyes of many unhyphenated Americans, who see it as a global sociological force that is both asymmetrical and detrimental.
I call upon the American people to affirm with me the unhyphenated American promise that we have learned from the tragedy of that long ago experience forever to treasure liberty and justice for each individual American and resolve that this kind of error shall never be made again.
The shift to the unhyphenated is a recognition of the fact that the old antisemites no longer exist.