- n. Plural form of tory.
“So ... councillor for the next six weeks leaves lib dems to join tories, but he is not standing again in May.”
“It begins with the fact that those who opposed the radical whig ideology of the Declaration of Independence were termed 'tories' - and they were a very significant number of colonists, so much so that historians are now describing the Revolution as 'the first American civil war'.”
“i see a green win tories down 6% in council elections”
“I think the only way forward for the tories is a piece Iain Dale written on his blog, referring to a conservative-SNP' relationship '.”
“The US of A being the first of them all. (unless you can show me how the tories were the true revolutionists)”
“I would like to get rid of a bizzare myth created by the tories, that is doing the rounds.”
“They have had private meetings together over the preservation of the Union. brown convinced Dacre that the tories are a threat to that Union.”
“But what is most provoking, every mouth male and female is opened against Britain, her King and their abettors -- here called the tories, -- tho 'the poor tories are likely to suffer, at least as much as any of them, and who were as ready to give their assistance to quell them as any independents amongst them.”
“Although uniformly maintaining themselves, this retreat dispirited the royalists (commonly called tories), and left them unprotected and unwilling to render assistance.”
“Strange to say, the great bulk of the present reform party is composed of the descendants of these U.E. Loyalists, while many of our most ultra tories are the descendants of republican settlers from the United States.”
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