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- adj. Pertaining to, or characterized by, insurrection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or characterized by, insurrection; rebellious; seditious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of insurrection; favoring or engaged in insurrection: as, insurrectionary acts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or given to insurrection
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She also led trading missions to south Munster and was involved in insurrectionary activities against the English.
States homesteads on confiscated or forfeited estates in insurrectionary districts.
The crowds -- counted in news tickers as "disappointing," on rightwing blogs as "insurrectionary" -- must be taken in the context of what may be the largest roundup operation in U.S. history.
Added to that, guns, machine-guns, rifles, and ammunition, were run over into the plebiscite area, and a mercenary "insurrectionary" army was raised, partly from the local Polish population and partly from Poland proper.
Whether it could be considered "insurrectionary" depended altogether on the pro-slavery or anti-slavery bias of the critic.
This same policy was a few weeks later urged at Topeka, where a mass meeting of the free-State men was called to support and instruct another sitting of the "insurrectionary" free-State Legislature elected under the Topeka Constitution.
Soul on Ice, which combines a visceral hatred for America with black liberation theology, admissions about "insurrectionary" rape, a spiritual odyssey, and a search for personal meaning in a racist environment.
As a basis for launching an 'insurrectionary' effort, it advocates the proliferation of communes.
One hypothesis is that after years of being side-lined by movements around justice (global, social, economic, environmental, climate, or otherwise), a certain kind of insurrectionary politics returned to the center of the historical stage in Greece in 2008 and with the student revolts in 2009/2010 in the USA.
Undeniably true, though Pells fails to see that the movies' formal modernity is more often than not undercut by a preachy, moralising conventionality wholly at odds with the insurrectionary impulse of the avant garde.