Ethos [noun]

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Her move also broke with the “own the libs” ethos of today’s GOP.

It has fueled the “eat the rich” ethos behind the GameStop frenzy.

This spirited, trial-and-error ethos courses through New York University’s theatrical production wing, which has been holding live performances since last October.

The company did just hire a CFO, which makes this move appear in concert with its general ethos, so more to come there we presume.

On the mainland, the pandemic has inspired projects guided by the doughnut’s ethos.

That ethos must — and will — continue to drive progress into 2021 and beyond.

There is a persistent ethos of data ownership, rather than stewardship, born from competition among scientists that ultimately fosters a fear of being scooped.

Their ethos is built around storytelling and fantasy, drawing heavy inspiration from books, movies, and RPGs.

My publisher also embraced the startup ethos with my book and we decided to publish it right at the five-year mark.

I’m doing what I can to try to bring it back to the ethos of Republican politics.