Origin of Jacobite
OTHER WORDS FROM JacobiteJac·o·bit·ic [jak-uh-bit-ik], /ˌdʒæk əˈbɪt ɪk/, Jac·o·bit·i·cal, adjectiveJac·o·bit·ism, noun
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How to use Jacobite in a sentence
It would not by any means have based its distinctive character upon mere Jacobite principles.
Although he had submitted to the new Constitution, he was a thorough Jacobite in feeling.
But there was undoubtedly a large body of Jacobite clergymen who in various ways reconciled this to their conscience.
The fires of the Puritan faction had smouldered out; those of the Jacobite frenzy had hardly had time to rekindle.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
And now a shopkeeper has filled his window with royal Stuart tartans, and I am instantly a Jacobite.Penelope's Experiences in Scotland|Kate Douglas Wiggin