- an·ti·gov·ern·men·tal, adjective
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How to use antigovernment in a sentence
And while it believes in limited government, it is not carelessly antigovernment.
Fiercely antigovernment, the resident said he is wary of sectarian tensions simmering beneath the surface.
She was disowned by her family after speaking at an antigovernment rally in the opposition stronghold of Homs.Syrian Actress Becomes Star of Protests Against Regime of Bashar al-Assad | Alastair Beach | January 11, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
But the truth is that more New Yorkers showed up at Black Friday sales than all the Russian antigovernment protests put together.The Protests in Moscow Will Not Spark a Russian Spring | Owen Matthews | December 14, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Why would an antigovernment purist like Rick Perry suddenly support a health-care mandate?
Over here it has come through misuse to denote a peculiar class whose reaction is antigovernment.My Impresssions of America | Margot Asquith