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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an extremely patriotic person


(ˌsu pərˈpeɪ tri ət, ˈsu pərˌpeɪ-; esp. Brit. -ˈpæ-, -ˌpæ-)

a person who is patriotic to an extreme.
su`per•pa`tri•ot′ic (-ˈɒt ɪk) adj.
su`per•pa′tri•ot•ism, n.
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Like Heslov and Clooney, Logan and Fiennes brought laser-like attention to their central character's psychological journey, from "this superpatriot, tormented, Norman Bates/ mother-obsessed neurotic, to someone willing to destroy the city that shaped him.
Elizabeth Dilling, a religiously inspired superpatriot, is perhaps best remembered as the basis for the character Adelaide Tarr Gimmitch in Sinclair Lewis's novel It Can't Happen Here.
For the Manchester United superpatriot is ready to add to Scotland boss Berti Vogts' Dutch dossier by giving him the lowdown on their strong- man defender Jaap Stam.
Concentrating on an Irish superpatriot, "the Citizen," in the "Cyclops" chapter (12), Wicht shows Joyce criticizing both conceptions of a Golden Age and contemporary attempts to revive it.
Las exhortaciones al patriotismo durante la final del futbol americano sirvieron de marco para el triunfo de los patriotas de Nueva Inglaterra, quienes derrotaron a los superfavoritos, los Carneros de San Louis: SUPERPATRIOT.
Shear claims to be a superpatriot, but that doesn't stop him from being supergreedy, which is why he needs expert hacker Stanley Jobson (Hugh Jackman) to help him access cyberspace for potential billions.
It is almost as if the superpatriot vigilante group organised during the 1970s and 1980s by Colonel Ernst Cincera were again taking notes in the shadows for secret entry into blacklist dossiers.
A brilliant historical novel, it reinvents Nelson the killer, Nelson the superpatriot, Nelson the champion of duty yet simultaneously the super-individualist disobeying his commandant's orders (and getting away with it), and of course Nelson the impregnator of the stunning wife of the British Ambassador at Naples, Lady Emma Hamilton, who bore him a daughter inevitably named Horatia.
Frightened by the specter of Chechen terrorism and fed up with Yeltsin's dysfunctional "democracy," Russians have embraced Putin because he pressed hard in the war against Chechnya and built an image as a tough, aggressive, anti-Western superpatriot.
Finally, when Amery entered political life as a pronounced imperialist and Chamberlainite and a superpatriot of Britain and its Empire, it must surely have seemed anomalous for him to have had so much foreign ancestry.
Old antagonists like Joseph Alsop adopted Vann as a new superpatriot, cured of his former pessimism.