Among my wife’s many charms are her neologisms. Her latest is ‘ismic’, by which is meant, according to its coiner: prone to think and speak in isms. An ism, in turn, is a suffix indicating a condition, as in autism, an arrangement, as in capitalism, or a belief, as in atheism.
My wife coined the term to describe people, often but not always SJWs, who are prone to punctuate their speaking and writing with concatenations of isms, bethinking this to be a mark of intellectual sophistication. So not to be upstaged, neither by her nor by them, parasitic on my wife’s ismic I’ve coined the term ismism, by which is meant the belief that speaking and writing in isms is a mark of intellectual sophistication.
I grant that ismism doesn’t roll off the tongue the way ismic does, so I promise to use the term very sparingly.