of or relating to the Democratic-Republican Party.
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How to use Democratic-Republican in a sentence
The Democratic-Republican split on nuclear power shows just how schizophrenic America's energy politics have become.
He was many years a prominent leader of the old democratic republican party.
Their deep faith in popular control is revealed in the name they assumed, Democratic-Republican.The Boss and the Machine | Samuel P. Orth
The Federalists had been effectually put down, and every man who aspired to office claimed to be Democratic-Republican.Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 4 of 8 | Various
The Republican party took the name of Democratic-Republican, which is its official title to-day.The Greater Republic | Charles Morris