from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Belonging to a faction; partisan; taking sides.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Belonging to a faction; being a partisan; taking sides.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Active as a partizan; factious; zealous.
` ` De devil, goot Edie, '' answered Dousterswivel, ` ` why does you speak so loud as a baarenhauter, or what you call a factionary ---
"De devil, goot Edie," answered Dousterswivel, "why does you speak so loud as a baarenhauter, or what you call a factionary -- I mean a sentinel?"
“De devil, goot Edie,” answered Dousterswivel, “why does you speak so loud as a baarenhauter, or what you call a factionary — I mean a sentinel?”
The convention had become factionary and wasted much time in vindicitiveness and political revenge.
Paris, 1823; A great resource for those who want to take the time to read about what the Reine-Martyre and her family was really like and not what some factionary wishes you to beleive.
Charlotte approached him and told him she had news from Normandy of the factionary Girondins who had escaped to Caen.
Menenius, always factionary on the party of your general.
In his capital at Arcot, Nawab Walajah, who had many factionary enemies, would assuredly have found himself in a dangerous centre of intrigue; but he was wise in his generation; for as soon as he had gained his independence he sought and obtained from the Governor of
Prithee, fellow, remember my name is Menenius, always factionary on the party of your general.