Antonyms for ultras

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The 'ultras' are scandalized at his romance with the English girl.

The attempt of the "Ultras" to force Trochu to resign has been a failure.

Where the ultras were very proud, the doctrinarians were rather ashamed.

Nor, indeed, did he at any time side with the ultras of his party, but loudly disapproved of the policy of the regicides.

The desire of becoming a peer or a gentleman of the chamber will always win over the ultras.

Nobody so violent as he, and curious as exhibiting the opinions of the ultras of the party.

The movement on the part of the "Ultras" to elect at once a municipality is gaining strength.

But the programme of the Ultras of the "ins" falls far short of that of the Ultras of the "outs."

The Ultras say that it is a scheme to get rid of them; the bourgeoisie say nothing, but volunteer all the less.

The "Ultras" hope to found on a war à outrance a democratic republic, and dream of the successes of the First Revolution.