from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The campaign to disestablish the Church of England.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The doctrine or political position that advocates abrogating the establishment of a church as the official state religion.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Whence his non-conformity, and what does his disestablishmentarianism allow Casey Rae-Hunter to do?
So when you did leave a comment, it would have to be stuff like E=mc2 or really hard words to spell like anti-disestablishmentarianism.
Some wanted them disestablished (disestablishmentarianism) and others opposed the disestablishing of the established religions (antidisestablishmemtarianism).
The disestablishmentarianism movement failed in England.
How does that affect anything? opposition to an intersection between religion and politics and my disestablishmentarianism.
For the benefit of Mr. Leach (and perhaps, unfortunately, others, who do not understand that disestablishmentarianism was one of the founding principles of America), let's review what "crime" really means.
KM on the other hand, arose from a generation that cut its teeth on disestablishmentarianism (I've always wanted to use that in a sentence!).