Etymology
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proletarianism (n.)

1844, "the condition, or political aims and influence, of the lower classes of a community," from proletarian + -ism.

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ascendancy (n.)
"dominant power or influence, state of being in the ascendant," 1712; see ascendant + -cy.
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homogenous (adj.)
a spelling of homogeneous that represents a common pronunciation, perhaps by influence of homogenize.
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tremblor (n.)
"earthquake," 1913, alteration of temblor, by influence of trembler, agent noun of tremble (v.).
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silage (n.)
"fodder packed in a silo," 1884, alteration (probably by influence of silo) of ensilage.
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comptroller (n.)

c. 1500, a variant of controller, with bad spelling due to influence of unrelated French compte "an account," from Latin computare.

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torrential (adj.)

"pertaining to or resembling a torrent," 1849; see torrent + -ial. Perhaps by influence of French torrentiel. Related: Torrentially.

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sea-power (n.)

in geopolitics, "nation having international power or influence at sea," by 1849, from sea + power (n.).

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evangelization (n.)
1650s, "action of preaching the gospel," noun of action from evangelize. From 1827 as "act of bringing under the influence of the gospel."
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diabolism (n.)

"actions or influence of the Devil; conduct worthy of the Devil," 1610s, from Ecclesiastical Greek diabolos "devil" (see devil (n.)) + -ism.

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