- secession, war of,
- seckel syndrome,
Origin of secessionist
Examples from the Web for secessionist
If the flames of separatism in Punjab seemed to be simmering, the secessionist strife in Kashmir was just peaking.Farewell to Manmohan Singh, India’s Puppet Prime Minister|Kapil Komireddi|January 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That said, the secessionist impulse was and remains a political loser.
Earlier, Hunter had been a leader in the League of the South, a secessionist organization.Like Father, Like Son: Ron Paul Passes the Neo-Confederate Baton to Rand|James Kirchick|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In fact, there are serious reasons why the North itself should take the lead in a secessionist movement.
His cover was that he was a secessionist courier from Baltimore.Second ‘Underwear Bomber,’ Kim Philby, and Other Notorious Double Agents|The Daily Beast|May 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She is a red-hot Secessionist, as they all are, except Coulter himself, but she is a good wife and high-bred lady.
By what machinery the secessionist armies are to be followed into the interior is altogether another question.North America, Volume II (of 2)|Anthony Trollope
Agent Cooper, secessionist though he was, probably did not altogether approve of the interference of the Texans.The American Indian as Slaveholder and Seccessionist|Annie Heloise Abel
I am, I hope, too good a patriot to be a secessionist, much less a rebel.Left on Labrador|Charles Asbury Stephens
When the battle was ended for the day, the great fiery Secessionist hastened to return to the wounded enemy.History of Kershaw's Brigade|D. Augustus Dickert
1860, first recorded in U.S. context, from secession + -ist (colloquial short form secesh, noun and adjective, is attested from 1861); the earlier noun had been seceder, but this had religious overtones, especially in reference to Scottish Church history.