- a person who takes part in an insurrection; rebel; insurgent.
Origin of insurrectionary
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Examples from the Web for insurrectionary
Think of late Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver, who described rape as “insurrectionary” in his bestselling memoir, Soul on Ice.Julian Assange, Chick Magnet?
December 13, 2010
It sent the most insurrectionary tune into the world that was ever composed.Little Dorrit
As for the employment of the insurrectionary forces, that would be all simplicity.The Fat and the Thin
The progress of the insurrectionary army was truly a triumphant march.The Queen of the Savannah
In the insurrectionary States they were at first refused with scorn.Campfire and Battlefield
To Casimir Moskowski was assigned the insurrectionary province of Volhynia.Tales From Jkai
Word Origin and History for insurrectionary
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