State or condition caused by an excess of anything specified: strychninism.
Distinctive or characteristic trait: Latinism.
Doctrine; concept; system of concepts: pacifism.
An attitude of prejudice against certain team: racism.
developing nouns on activity or procedure or result on the basis of the accompanying verb in -ize
developing the name of a method, approach or principle on the basis of the name of the topic or object or alternatively in the title of the president ((when de-capitalized, these overlap using generic "doctrines" feel under, e.g. Liberalism vs. liberalism):).
a tendency of behavior, action or viewpoint belonging to a course or band of persons; the consequence of a doctrine, ideology, concept, or lack thereof
a peculiarity or characteristic of language
an ideology articulating belief within the superiority of a certain class within the concept expressed by the root term ((predicated on a late 20th-century narrowing of the "terms for a doctrine" feeling):)
a disorder or syndrome caused by or involving a particular types of system