Origin of legitimist
OTHER WORDS FROM legitimistle·git·i·mism, noun
Words nearby legitimist
How to use legitimist in a sentence
As he entered, Gazonal made one remark only, but that remark was both legitimate and legitimist: "It is finer than the Tuileries!"Unconscious Comedians|Honore de Balzac
Republicanism is gaining everywhere where religion is not on the side of the Legitimist party.
He adopted the profession of arms and distinguished himself at first by his zeal in the legitimist cause.
M. Desormeaux, the head clerk at the Department of Justice, was an old legitimist, much imbued with reactionary ideas.Other People's Money|Emile Gaboriau
From the collection of M. de Mont Louis, a devoted legitimist, who died at a very advanced age, in 1850.