"But I cannot see that they are subverters of the faith," answered the youth hotly.
They in return demanded the destruction of the "subverters of the ancient usages of the Empire."
They are held in great odium by the generality of the public, and are considered as subverters of all morality whatever.
Her name easily led to the suspicion of concurrence with the subverters of monarchy, and of participation in their fall.
The subverters of all social order are propagandists of a new religion.
Sovereigns will consider those who advise them to place an unlimited confidence in their people as subverters of their thrones.
Theramenes, son of Hagnon, was also one of the foremost of the subverters of the democracy—a man as able in council as in debate.