insurrectionary

[ in-suh-rek-shuh-ner-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF insurrectionary
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It sent the most insurrectionary tune into the world that was ever composed.

As for the employment of the insurrectionary forces, that would be all simplicity.

The progress of the insurrectionary army was truly a triumphant march.

In the insurrectionary States they were at first refused with scorn.

To Casimir Moskowski was assigned the insurrectionary province of Volhynia.

Alas, with money-bags one seldom sits on insurrectionary cannon.

"Break the Insurrectionary Authorities," answers some with vehemence.

O'Connell begins his public career in the Yeomanry called out to put down the insurrectionary movement of Emmet.

The result of the Parkinsons Ferry meeting was practically to break the power of the insurrectionary party.

It suppressed all insurrectionary spirit in the south of France; and placed a whole army at their disposal elsewhere.

WORD ORIGIN

1796 (adj.), 1893 (n.), from insurrection + -ary.

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