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seditionary

[ si-dish-uh-ner-ee ]
/ s瑟藞d瑟蕛 蓹藢n蓻r i /
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adjective
of or relating to sedition; seditious.
noun, plural se路di路tion路ar路ies.
Also se路di路tion路ist. one guilty of sedition.
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Origin of seditionary

First recorded in 1600鈥10; sedition + -ary
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How to use seditionary in a sentence

  • If you inquire about it, they will tell you it was probably seditionary and destroyed by the sultan's orders.

    The Ship Dwellers|Albert Bigelow Paine
  • This pamphlet deserves the extracts extant being made known as indicating a picture of the feelings of the seditionary party.

  • Lengthy resolutions were passed of no uncertain seditionary tendency.

  • On October 1st it published a manifesto of which certain paragraphs clearly disclose its seditionary purpose.

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