reactionary[ ree-ak-shuh-ner-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF reactionary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REACTIONARY
Decidedly, he ought to have sold himself to the reactionary party.
Perhaps conservative is not the word; reactionary would be closer.
And I am not alone in resenting your reactionary tendencies.
Being a reactionary, I still felt that woman's place was not in the Army or Navy.
We are not speaking of a reactionary revolution but of the "activist."
Just as the feminists won't have anything to do with you because you're so reactionary.
In 1794, as we have seen, he was considered a reactionary and an oppressor.
Is there anything in his plays that is in the least inconsistent with all that is reactionary?
He was a reactionary Republican of the most pronounced type.
The stifling of the insurrection in Poland strengthened the reactionary party.