Definition of Operationists
1. operationist [n] - See also: operationist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Operationists
Literary usage of Operationists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cradle of the Confederacy: Or, The Times of Troup, Quitman, and Yancey by Joseph Hodgson (1876)
"... Secession— The People Taught that Secession will be Peaceable— Co-operationists and Secessionists — The Crittenden Compromise—Its Rejection and Defeat. ..."
2. The Life and Times of William Lowndes Yancey: A History of Political Parties by John Witherspoon Du Bose (1892)
"He resolved to draw the line, wide, between Secessionists and Co-operationists, at the outset, well convinced that a vigorous pursuit of this policy would ..."
3. Pictorial History of the Civil War in the United States of America by Benson John Lossing (1866)
"The Co-operationists, swayed by reason rather than by passion, ... It was found that only about one-third of the members were " Co-operationists. ..."
4. The Achievements of Four Centuries: Or, The Wonderful Story of Our Great by Benson John Lossing, George Jotham Hagar, John Elliot Read, Alfred Hudson Guernsey (1890)
"The Co-operationists," governed by reason rather than by passion, ... One of their poets put into the mouths of the " Co-operationists " these words of ..."
5. Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society by Alabama Historical Society (1904)
"The strength of the two parties as computed by the Confederation** was Co-operationists, ..53 delegates. .33000 popular votes. ..."
6. Contemporary Socialism by John Rae (1901)
"The co-operationists, believing that the amelioration of the working class would only ... The co-operationists formed themselves into a body known as the ..."
7. Reminiscences of Public Men: With Speeches and Addresses by Benjamin Franklin Perry (1889)
"It is likely the Co-operationists will have a caucus this evening. ... The Co-operationists are for adjourning without doing anything. ..."
8. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"These Co-operationists were led by William R. Smith. When the State seceded, Governor Moore ordered the seizure of Forts Morgan and. ..."