Related formsPar·nell·ism, nounPar·nell·ite, noun
Examples from the Web for parnellite
Mr. Redmond—the Parnellite leader—happens to be for a few moments out of the House.Sketches In The House (1893)|T. P. O'Connor
Parnellite obstruction has revealed rather than caused the weakness of government by Parliament.England's Case Against Home Rule|Albert Venn Dicey
Its Parnellite members have from time to time comprised the pick of the Nationalist agitators.
Parnellite spies are everywhere and know everything, and woe to the helpless man who dares to have a mind of his own.
Since the days of Parnellite obstruction such scenes were not witnessed as those that followed.Ireland Since Parnell|Daniel Desmond Sheehan