- insuring clause,
Origin of insurrection
Examples from the Web for insurrectionist
As we hear in Mark 15:7, he was apparently an insurrectionist, an anti-Roman revolutionary, and had killed someone in a skirmish.The Barabbas Theory of Voting: Bible Story Shows Tough Choices for Midterms|Jay Parini|November 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The insurrectionist understanding of the Second Amendment fails to account for two other features of the Constitution.
Clarkson, who seems to have been the meekest and most patient of men, was stigmatized as an insurrectionist.An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans|Lydia Maria Child
He knew what it meant to refuse to enter the insurrectionist service after having once been notified.Bamboo Tales|Ira L. Reeves
Word Origin for insurrection
early 15c., from Middle French insurrection, from Late Latin insurrectionem (nominative insurrectio) "a rising up," noun of action from past participle stem of insurgere "to rise up" (see insurgent).