Definition of Divisionists
1. divisionist [n] - See also: divisionist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Divisionists
Literary usage of Divisionists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Dakota Territory by George Washington Kingsbury (1915)
"... has no jurisdiction as to North Dakota, yet as earnest requests have been made to us by the divisionists of North Dakota to invite them to meet with us, ..."
2. The Practical Politician: A Digest of Ready Information as to the by Scipio Africanus Kenner (1892)
"A called meeting was held in the Theatre on May 2oth, at which divisionists and anti-divisionists appeared in strong array and about equal numbers. ..."
3. History of Amesbury: Including the First Seventeen Years of Salisbury, to by Joseph Merrill (1880)
"This subject came up at the annual meeting, and the divisionists had their own way and ordered it to be divided "equally among the inhabitants (paupers ..."
4. Chicago Historical Society Collection by Chicago Historical Society (1890)
"... which was recognized as a life-and-death struggle between the pro-divisionists and their opponents throughout the territory of Indiana, and in which, ..."
5. The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University (1896)
"The parties in the West, according to it were: (1) Reformers, for white basis or none; (2) divisionists, who wanted a separate State; (3) Reformers ..."
6. Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning by Willard Huntington Wright, S. S. Van Dine (1915)
"The divisionists, by making a hard and fast code of science, enslaved themselves to the demands of theories. The functioning of their tastes was nullified. ..."