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Steadfast in purpose, he was never overwhelmed by misfortune and never yielded to factious opposition.
Fox offered a factious opposition to this measure, alleging that it conferred a dangerous power on the executive.
So slow is the progress of truth in every science, even when not opposed by factious or superstitious prejudices.
I know what you mean by bishops—rascals like yourself, Kidderminster bishops, factious, snivelling Presbyterians!'
Grotius looked upon almost all the Reformed as factious men.
I feel little inclination to the factious barbarians of London; and have ever desired to remain in the place where I am planted.
The royal governors, even when personally competent, were hampered by want of means and by factious opposition.
All the morning he had to attend a factious hustings or a court—assemblies deliberative or judicial.
He had become painfully conscious that Le Genré was not alone in his factious feelings.
THE LILY AND THE TOTEMWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
He had the ideas of a former generation, and sought to correct them by the scandal of a factious party.
FAMILIAR STUDIES OF MEN AND BOOKSROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

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