Definition of Devolutionists
1. devolutionist [n] - See also: devolutionist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Devolutionists
Literary usage of Devolutionists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1907)
"There are Devolutionists. no doubt, who will argue that they have done all In their power for Ireland, and that the Nationalist rejection of their overtures ..."
2. The Outlook in Ireland: The Case for Devolution and Conciliation by Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin Dunraven (1907)
"These were the aims of Mr. Chamberlain in 1886, and they are the aims of devolutionists to-day. We appeal to the moderate opinion in Great Britain for " a ..."
3. The Independent Review (1906)
"Yet there is an expedient which has not yet had a fair chance, which Devolutionists might regard as a move in the right direction ..."
4. Ireland: To-day and To-morrow by Ernest Bruce Iwan-Müller (1907)
"The professed object of those who call themselves Devolutionists is to adopt the peculiarly English expedient of compromise. But compromise is only possible ..."
5. Modern World Movements: Theosophy and the School of Natural Science "The by Jirah Dewey Buck (1913)
"We call it "Conscience—Knowledge of Truth". To the Devolutionists, the Margraves on the Left-Hand Path, it is Nemesis, or Vishnu the Destroyer. ..."