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counterrevolutionary

[ koun-ter-rev-uh-loo-shuh-ner-ee ]
/ 藞ka蕣n t蓹r藢r蓻v 蓹藞lu 蕛蓹藢n蓻r i /
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adjective
characteristic of or resulting from a counterrevolution.
opposing a revolution or revolutionary government.
noun, plural coun路ter路rev路o路lu路tion路ar路ies.
Also coun路ter路rev路o路lu路tion路ist [koun-ter-rev-uh-loo-shuh-nist]. /藞ka蕣n t蓹r藢r蓻v 蓹藞lu 蕛蓹 n瑟st/. a person who advocates or engages in a counterrevolution.
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Origin of counterrevolutionary

First recorded in 1790鈥1800; counterrevolution + -ary
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British Dictionary definitions for counterrevolutionary

counter-revolutionary
/ (藢ka蕣nt蓹藢r蓻v蓹藞lu藧蕛蓹n蓹r瑟, -nr瑟) /

noun plural -aries
a person opposed to revolution
a person who opposes a specific revolution or revolutionary government
adjective
characterized by opposition to a revolution or revolutions in general
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