from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To rise up.
- To rise; make an insurrection.
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It is explicit in the Honduran Consitution which, by the way, requires their citizens to insurrect to restore their constitutional government.
When the prisoner is decide to insurrect, who can say those gallant soldier don 'be too strong?
They mean to insurrect here, and are to honour me with a call thereupon.
They mean to _insurrect_ here, and are to honour me with a call thereupon.
Once again there is a compelling thought that needs to be addressed: If, in fact, Alexander's conquest of Asia was a "Greek conquest", and Alexander's army was a "Greek army", then, how is it possible for the Greeks to insurrect / rebel against their own king who leads them on a conquest of Asia to avenge Greece?
Eight nieces all in a state of insurrection, and two more nieces in the nursery ready to insurrect in their turn! "
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