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Feeling, expressing, or inspired by love for one's country.

pa′tri·ot′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.patriotically - in a patriotic manner; "patriotically, he buys only U.S.-made products"
unpatriotically - in an unpatriotic manner; "unpatriotically he contrived a way of avoiding military service"
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[ˈpætrɪˈɒtɪkəlɪ] ADVpatrióticamente
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[ˌpætrɪˈɒtɪklɪ] advpatriotticamente, con patriottismo
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(ˈpeitriət) , (ˈpatriət) noun
a person who loves (and serves) his country. Many terrorists consider themselves to be patriots fighting for freedom.
patriotic (pӕtriˈotik) , ((especially American) pei-) adjective
(negative unpatriotic) having or showing great love for one's country. He is so patriotic that he refuses to buy anything made abroad.
ˌpatriˈotically adverb
ˈpatriotism (ˈpӕ-) , ((especially American) ˈpei-) noun
(the showing of) great love for one's country.
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References in classic literature ?
The colonel was a stout, tall, plethoric German, evidently devoted to the service and patriotically Russian.
At all events, he seems to be patriotically anxious not to lose sight of any of his own countrymen who may happen to be in England.
The highest personages in the land were patriotically uneasy, and so on.
MICHAEL Caine's cheeky chappy con screaming: ``You'reonly supposed to blow the bloody doors off!''; patriotically coloured Minis careering through dimly lit tunnels and over rooftops; and a getaway coach teetering precariously over the edge of a cliff.
So instead of feeling we should be hanging our heads in shame at our now infamous Nil Points, there were tears of laughter running down my cheeks as Terry stoutly defended UK honour, and patriotically announced that Gemma Abbey had the best legs in Europe.
Prison movies which set a pure-hearted prisoner against a violent and unfair regime always make for good drama, but The Last Castle lessens its impact by becoming too patriotically sentimental for its own good.
British exporters stand patriotically ready to reap the benefits of postwar Iran, a country of ruined harbors and factories, multibillion-dollar reconstruction needs and depleted weapons stockpiles.
Cognizant of the fact that this is his last term, Buhari should sincerely, religiously and patriotically resolve to tackle the problem of poor electricity supply, death-trap roads, comatose healthcare, parlous educational system and economic strait, among others.
6 (BNA): The BDF Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Shaikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa received a cable of condolences from His Highness Major Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa the Commander of the Royal Guard's Special Force over martyrdom of five brave Bahraini soldiers martyred while performing their sacred national duty alongside the Saudi-led Arab coalition forces in support of the legitimacy in Yemen who patriotically exerted their maximum efforts and who set the best example by sacrificing their souls in defending their nation regardless of the brutal enemy.
They were cheered on by Kate Middleton, who patriotically wore a Team GB tracksuit.
The glamorous trio, who this week filmed a CD:UK special at Destiny nightclub in Ellesmere Port with Dannii Minogue and Girls Aloud ,make a habit of asking for three G-strings as part of their ``rider''.And the girls have always very patriotically opted for one in red,one in white and one in blue.
ON THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA The famous Wall Street Bull statue remains patriotically defiant, as markets struggle to stabilise in the wake of last week's terrorist attack.