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- n. A person who provokes or takes part in an insurrection
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who favors, or takes part in, insurrection; an insurgent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who favors, excites, or is engaged in insurrection; an insurgent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who takes part in an armed rebellion against the constituted authority (especially in the hope of improving conditions)
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The NRA leadership's constant dissemination of "insurrectionist" propaganda has been an inspiration for such statements.
As for the "insurrectionist" basis of the seond amendment, Madison states it quite clearly in Federalist 46.
Such "insurrectionist" philosophy is common among a small but vocal group of gun rights supporters.
Additionally, the Bush administration and a majority of Members of Congress recently endorsed an "insurrectionist" reading of the Second Amendment in separate amicus briefs in the landmark Supreme Court case of District of Columbia v. Heller.
according to the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, at least fifteen people had already been killed by practitioners of "insurrectionist" violence since the middle of 2008.
"insurrectionist" and anti-state communist peers merely stumble on their dirty-talk in front of the mirror.
"insurrectionist" discourses that attempt to escape the common political traps and make conflict an end-in-itself.
As for Fidel Castro, he was the liberal insurrectionist and the freedom fighters were trying to take the land back.
Anyway, the local white ladies auxilliary got together and could see that this interloper was causing stirrings in the black community and possibly encouraging insurrectionist temperments so they, in a truly Southern fashion, held an afternoon tea (tea in South Alabama was actually LeJon Dry Sherry served in tea cups with finger sandwiches) and invite this woman over to intercede with her on behalf of the community.
One reason San Cristóbal has not as of yet achieved UNESCO World Heritage status although it is headed there, is that the city is surrounded by congested hardscrabble hillside favellas occupied by the disenfranchised desperately poor expelled from surrounding indigenous enclaves for political and religious insurrectionist tendencies and the Jovel Valley is not the place for anyone seeking to convince themselves Shangri La is a place where human confrontation turns to mush.