Origin of Jacobin
OTHER WORDS FROM JacobinJac·o·bin·ic, Jac·o·bin·i·cal, adjectiveJac·o·bin·ism, noun
How to use Jacobin in a sentence
But what influenced his change of heart to move away from Jacobinism as an ideology?
If it were a republic to-morrow, it would be a monster in legislation—half-jacobinism, half-feudalism.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
She had been married during the æra of jacobinism, and had divorced her husband, because they could not agree.
She was accused of 'methodism' and a leaning to Jacobinism, although her views were of the most moderate kind.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
Under this new stimulus, Burns's previous Jacobitism passed towards the opposite, but not very distant, extreme of Jacobinism.Robert Burns|Principal Shairp.
Jacobinism unfolded into Saint-Simonism bodes innumerable blessed things; but the thing itself might draw tears from a Stoic!Past and Present|Thomas Carlyle