[ ok-toh-brist ]
/ ɒkˈtoʊ brɪst /
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a member of a Russian political party that advocated constitutional monarchism: so called because it was organized after the Czar's manifesto in October, 1905.
(formerly) a member of a communist organization in the Soviet Union for children ranging in age from eight to ten.
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Origin of Octobrist
Translation of Russian oktyabríst
Words nearby Octobrist
octet, octillion, octo-, October, October Revolution, Octobrist, octocentenary, octodecillion, octodecimo, octofoil, octogenarian
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How to use Octobrist in a sentence
Russian imperialism and his Octobrist and Cadet representatives bear a great part of the responsibility for the present war.Our Revolution|Leon Trotzky
British Dictionary definitions for Octobrist
/ (ɒkˈtəʊbrɪst) /
a member of a Russian political party favouring the constitutional reforms granted in a manifesto issued by Nicholas II in Oct 1905
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