Origin of legitimist
Related formsle·git·i·mism, noun
Examples from the Web for legitimism
Rightly envisaged, the Crimean war was the end of what remained of absolutism and legitimism in Europe.Notes on Life and Letters|Joseph Conrad
The apologists affixed a species of legitimism, a pretension that the Church had always from the first saluted the emperor.English Conferences of Ernest Renan|Ernest Renan
Its aim was to vindicate the vested interests of Legitimism against the doctrines of the French Revolution.
In literature the tendency appears as romanticism, in politics as legitimism, in religion as ultramontanism.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore