seditionary
Noun

seditionary (plural seditionaries)

  1. An inciter or promoter of sedition; a seditionist.
    • 2016, Peter Ackroyd, Revolution, Pan Macmillan 2017, p. 233:
      They believed the Americans to be traitors and seditionaries, ungrateful for the benefits that had accrued to them and unwilling to pay a fair contribution to the expenses of empire.
Translations Adjective

seditionary

  1. Constituting or relating to sedition.



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