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Similar words: procrastinationbombasticconstitutional conventionquestioncombustionin questioncongestionsuggestionMeaning: ['bæstɪən]  n. 1. a group that defends a principle 2. a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle 3. projecting part of a rampart or other fortification. 
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1. The profession remains a bastion of male chauvinism.
2. Football is a bastion of masculinity in this area.
3. Singapore was the last bastion of British defences in South-East Asia.
4. Pearl Harbor was the principal American bastion in the Pacific.
5. The region is a bastion of right-wing Republicanism.
6. Washington, that bastion of deaf ears and self-indulgent thinking, is actually trying to relate to the country it represents.
7. It represents a small assault on the bastion of purdah.
8. The bureaucrats in their Brussels bastion wrongly presumed that bigger is better.
9. Even in the canton of Geneva, an internationalist bastion, 58.9 % said no.
10. At the same time, however, the bastion of traditional scriptural authority was also being challenged from other quarters.
11. No Socialist bastion remained intact, no government minister or party leader unthreatened.
12. This bastion of meat and potatoes and pumpkin pie is under assault.
13. A bastion of male privilege on the rocky Dublin shoreline, so called because of the water depth.
14. This was the last bastion of the Hooper empire, cloth manufacture ending in 1934.
15. DDR - die Bastion des Friedens in Deutschland.
16. Ip forwarding must be turned off in the bastion host.
17. Politically, it's the Deep South, a former bastion of the hard right of the Afrikaner political spectrum.
18. Orion is an easily recognized constellation, a bastion of the winter sky.
19. She will give a country as a bastion of male chauvinism its first female prime minister.
20. Beijing: The last bastion of China's famous "iron rice bowl" system of lifetime employment —the civil service —has been breached.
21. The Yemeni bastion of the battle against Salafism looks shakier, but the incumbent dictator is dispensable.
22. The British belief in the " bastion of Empire " was infectious.
23. The topology is defined by the bastion host or host and the packet filter route used.
24. To do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest bastion of freedom. 
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25. The image of the civil service as a male, middle class bastion is now outdated.
26. Ironically, one of the big pushes for telecommuting is coming from that traditional bastion of bureaucracy, the federal government.
27. They have rewritten the record books, stormed the male bastion of Grandmaster chess, and defied the laws of probability.
28. Elite troops had just spent five days attacking the Taliban bastion of Gul Tepa north-west of Kunduz.
29. For all its dynamism, the tech world is a bastion of male wealth.
30. Their battle line is not solid and is anything but a bastion of iron.
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