National Representation, deluged with black sansculottism glides out; for help elsewhere, for safety elsewhere: here is no help.
So dies sansculottism, the body of sansculottism, or is changed.
sansculottism claps hands;—at which hand-clapping, Foulon (in his fainness, as his Destiny would have it) also claps.
The keystone being struck out, the whole arch-work of sansculottism began to crack, till the abyss had swallowed it all.
It has been betocsined, bestormed; over-flooded by black deluges of sansculottism; and has heard the shrill cry, Bread and Soap.
The miserable millions burst forth into sansculottism, or some other sort of madness: bricks and bricklayer lie as a fatal chaos—!
And thus has sansculottism made prisoner its King; revoking his parole.
The miserable millions burst-forth into sansculottism, or some other sort of madness; bricks and bricklayers lie as a fatal chaos!
Napoleon, from amid boundless revolt of sansculottism, became a King.
While man is man, some Cromwell or Napoleon is the necessary finish of a sansculottism.
also sansculotte, "lower-class republican of the French Revolution," 1790, from French, literally "without breeches;" see sans + cullotes. Usually explained as referring to the class whose distinctive costume was pantalons (long trousers) as opposed to the upper classes, which wore culottes (knee-breeches), but this is not certain. Related: Sans-culottes; sans-culotterie.