Origin of putsch
Examples from the Web for putsch
A lack of contenders to replace McConnell also makes a putsch unlikely.
But pity Alison Lundergan Grimes, the primary beneficiary of the anti-Ashley putsch.How Kentucky Democrats Duped the MSM and Helped Elbow Out Ashley Judd|Jonathan Miller|April 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Naturally Neurath repeated the standard line, that Röhm had planned a putsch, but Dodd could sense that Neurath was shaken.
And I also fail to understand the timing of The Brain's putsch.The Brain|Alexander Blade
They were exploiting a local "putsch" so as to carry out a general "pogrom."The New Germany|George Young
British Dictionary definitions for putsch
Word Origin for putsch
Word Origin and History for putsch
1920, from German Putsch "revolt, riot," from Swiss dialect, literally "a sudden blow, push, thrust, shock," of imitative origin.