- n. Plural form of separatist.
“Chechen Republic of Ichkeria" -- the term separatists use for a Chechen territory independent of Russia.”
“The resurgence of the separatists is the direct result of the sponsorship scandal.”
“We are not separatists, but whenever anyone tries to stand up for their rights, they are called separatists - that's how they silence us.”
“In addition, the history of the Basque separatists is complex, and at times the way Cumming chooses to relate it comes off as clumsy -- too forced and too much like an encyclopedia entry ...”
“And Russia, which has backed the separatists, is sending in the tanks.”
“The Pilgrims, as most everybody knows, were a group led by separatists from the Church of England, who arrived at Massachusetts rather than their intended destination: Virginia.”
“If in spite of these actions it continues to impose Communist dictatorship on its massive and helpless population, we must arm and train Chinese separatists for a revolutionary war of independence—as we did in Afghanistan in the 1980s, with spectacular success.”
“The strategy of separatists is clever but transparent.”
“The argument made by the separatists is that if we separate, that won't be a problem because we can keep the Canadian currency.”
“The Samaritans were separatists from the Jewish church, and had not the pure knowledge and worship of God among them that the Jews had, and yet it was one of them that glorified God, when the Jews forgot, or, when it was moved to them, refused, to do it.”
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