insurgency

[ in-sur-juh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF insurgency

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"Annette is here," said Tinman, who had been showing Etna's tokens of insurgency.

One could easily imagine it to be a congress of crows exorcised over an insurgency move and demanding the previous question.

Mr Barrett—I think there have been some references to progressiveness and insurgency.

Their father had been a stalwart before them in Iowa, where Cummins had created so much commotion with his insurgency.

The people of Virginia were most anxious to get rid of a band of malefactors guilty of insurgency, conspiracy, and rebellion.

No insurgency of words arose in denunciation of the wrong done to her nature.

In short, insurgency ceased to be a valid plea; if it existed in fact, officially it had become a dead letter.

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