Finally, Obama weighed in with his teleological view of the historical process, revealing a rather optimistic and Whiggish view.
For the Tories this tap represented all that was most loathsome, most repulsive, most Whiggish.
The Dunces were middle-class and Whiggish, their spirit capitalist.
Southwark not only returned Whigs, but gave them instructions of the most Whiggish character.
What kind of Whiggish, canting talk is this, for the house of Cluny Macpherson?
I asked Hardinge last night what he thought of it, and he said it struck him as ‘too Whiggish.’
"Jersey will be the most Whiggish colony on the continent," writes an officer of this corps of Cadwalader's.
We stopped at the battle monument and read its Whiggish inscription, which was scorned by our honest driver.
His passions, on the contrary, were violent even to slaying against all who leaned to Whiggish principles.
Although, therefore, the class might be Whiggish, it did not share the strongest revolutionary passions.