Definition of Reactionaries

1. Noun. (plural of reactionary) ¹



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Definition of Reactionaries

1. reactionary [n] - See also: reactionary

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reactionaries

reaction mixture
reaction mixtures
reaction of degeneration
reaction of identity
reaction of nonidentity
reaction of partial identity
reaction propulsion
reaction quotient
reaction save
reaction time
reaction turbine
reaction turbines
reaction vessel
reaction vessels
reactional
reactionaries (current term)
reactionarily
reactionary
reactionaryism
reactionaryisms
reactionism
reactionist
reactionists
reactionless
reactions
reactivable
reactivatable
reactivate
reactivated
reactivates

Literary usage of Reactionaries

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1. The I. W. W.: A Study of American Syndicalism by Paul Frederick Brissenden (1919)
"It might be remarked in passing that, in this ultra-revolutionary IWW, the " conservatism " of the " reactionaries " ought to be heavily discounted and the ..."

2. Forty Years in Constantinople: The Recollections of Sir Edwin Pears, 1873 by Edwin Pears (1916)
"... The Unemployed—Turkish Anti-Semitism—Javad Bey Appointed Minister of Finance—The reactionaries —A Military Revolt—Disturbing Reports—The Sacred ..."

3. Cicero: A Sketch of His Life and Works by Hannis Taylor, Mary Lillie Taylor Hunt (1916)
"... Sulla leader of reactionaries, 82 BC Pompey the Great. Crassus. Catiline. Sulla appointed dictator. His proscription. Young Caius Julius in danger. ..."

4. A Student's History of Education by Frank Pierrepont Graves (1915)
"The reactionaries and the Mediators.—Meanwhile, the conservative element was making its usual attempt to adjust the unsettled conditions by suggesting a ..."

5. A Student's History of Education by Frank Pierrepont Graves (1915)
"The reactionaries and the Mediators.—Meanwhile, the conservative element was making its usual attempt to adjust the unsettled conditions by suggesting a ..."

6. The Making of Modern Japan: An Account of the Progress of Japan from Pre by John Harington Gubbins (1922)
"... Changes— Reformers and reactionaries. IN the spring of the following year (1869), when order was finally restored and the young Mikado had held his ..."

7. The Making of Modern Japan: An Account of the Progress of Japan from Pre by John Harington Gubbins (1922)
"... CHAPTER VII New Government—Clan Feeling in Satsuma—Administrative Changes— Reformers and reactionaries. IN the spring of the following year (1869), ..."

8. The Story of a Page: Thirty Years of Public Service and Public Discussion in by John Langdon Heaton (1913)
"... at the Baltimore Convention—Crushing Defeat of Boss Murphy and the reactionaries—Nomination of William Sulzer for Governor—Philosophy of Politics—Barren ..."

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