- a supporter or adherent of a king or royal government, especially in times of rebellion or civil war.
- (initial capital letter) a Cavalier adherent of Charles I of England.
- a loyalist in the American Revolution; Tory.
- (initial capital letter) an adherent of the house of Bourbon in France.
- of or relating to royalists: royalist sympathies.
Origin of royalist
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Examples from the Web for ultra-royalist
All attempts to stem the tide of ultra-royalist violence were in vain.Beacon Lights of History, Volume IX
Returning to France with the Bourbons, he became notorious by the intensity of his ultra-royalist opinions.Monsieur Lecoq, v.1
In France, the ultra-royalist measures of Charles X. gave rise to an ever growing spirit of dissatisfaction.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year
At this time one or the ultra-royalist factions, called Les Timides.
As time went on Spain grew less instead of more settled, while the ultra-royalist party gained strength in France.The Political History of England - Vol XI
- a supporter of a monarch or monarchy, esp a supporter of the Stuarts during the English Civil War
- informal an extreme reactionary or conservativean economic royalist
- of, characteristic of, or relating to royalists
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Word Origin and History for ultra-royalist
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