In time—though he remained a voltairian—he renounced horsemanship, and Liberalism.
He is not really an aesthete at all; he is too voltairian for that.
"That reply really gave me a grievous moment," said the poet, with a shrewd, voltairian smile.
In his youth he had been a good horseman, a voltairian, and a Liberal.
His father confided him to the care of a distant relative, a man no longer young, a bachelor and a frightful voltairian.
Billet was a rabid voltairian, while the doctor was a scientist.
The demon which torments her is even more voltairian than materialistic.
Here again we have the antinomy which surprises us in Voltaire and the voltairian of yesterday.
In her eyes he was an atheist, a heretic, a voltairian (in fact, he had learned French in order to read Voltaire in the original).
voltairian royalism, a quaint variety, had a no less singular sequel, Bonapartist liberalism.
name taken from 1718 by French author François Marie Arouet (1694-1778) after his imprisonment in the Bastille on suspicion of having written some satirical verses; originally de Voltaire. The signification is uncertain.