noun (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of ultramontanism
Related formsul·tra·mon·ta·nist, noun
Examples from the Web for ultramontanism
The sword of Loyola in the hands of his modern apostles has become a dagger—a weapon more suitable to Ultramontanism.Gwen Wynn|Mayne Reid
It would take the Christianity of the nation, at its last gasp, and dose it anew with Ultramontanism.
And, in the first place, our defence must be prepared against Romanism or Ultramontanism.
As for Spain, Ultramontanism was riveted upon her by the Inquisition, and she is twice dead.
The growing democracy and the growing Ultramontanism came into collision.The History of Freedom|John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton