Roderigo de Escobedo had courage, but he was factious, would take sides against his shadow if none other were there.
O when will God deliver his poor church from factious deceivers?
They were factious in the extreme, and became one of the principal agents in effecting the Revolution of 1848.
Reports came to his ears of a rebellious and factious spirit in the south.
For all Italia's lands are full of tyrants, and every hind—so he be factious—grows Marcellus-high.'
I now mounted the factious mare, whilst Antonio followed on my own horse.
He had the ideas of a former generation, and sought to correct them by the scandal of a factious party.
At the dead of night we were aroused from our sleep by a cry that the ‘factious’ were not far off.
Now, we altogether deny that electors should be given the opportunity to subordinate the national interests to factious interests.
There are some early instances of factious opposition, which do him no credit.