Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Maintaining or inclined to the principles of the Legitimists.

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Examples

  • The Bonapartes found old monarchical, legitimistic, theocratic Europe agitated by forces which, although making it impossible for the ancient regime to continue, were not yet able to establish a new society, entirely democratic, republican, and lay.

    Characters and events of Roman History

  • And it is worth noticing how much this law, which, for the rest, is based upon the Book of Deuteronomy, has grown in the narrowness of its legitimistic mode of viewing things.

    Prolegomena

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