Origin of Sinn Fein
OTHER WORDS FROM Sinn FeinSinn Feiner, nounSinn Feinism, noun
How to use Sinn Fein in a sentence
Sinn Fein, the political wing of the IRA as it used to quaintly be called, says Martin McGuinness will shake Queen's hand.
He said Sinn Féin had been consulting its members for the last 48 hours and there was a broad range of views on the proposition.
Sinn Féin previously said it had yet to be presented with a “doable proposition” over such an encounter.
Fein insisted that Manning had received the training to know better than to leak classified information.
This information,” Fein said, “is accessible to all enemies of the United States with Internet access.
The shooting is by no means over, as many of the Sinn Fein strongholds refuse to surrender.The Sinn Fein rebellion As I Saw It.|Mrs. Hamilton Norway
But before it ceased publication the Sinn Fein Movement had been successfully inaugurated.
The attitude of this new republican movement to that of the previous Sinn Fein movement is clearly defined in a subsequent leader.
Sinn Fein continued loudly to proclaim its policy of opposition to the use of force.
Sinn Fein was at the time to all outward seeming an insignificant and discredited party with an impossible programme.
British Dictionary definitions for Sinn Fein
Derived forms of Sinn FéinSinn Finer, nounSinn Finism, noun
Word Origin for Sinn Féin
Cultural definitions for Sinn Fein
An Irish political party (in Gaelic it means “Ourselves Alone”) that has long combatted Great Britain's influence in Ireland and sought the unification of Northern Ireland with the Irish republic in the south; generally considered the political portion of the Irish Republican Army. One wing of it has engaged in terrorism.