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insurrectionary (adj.)

1796, from insurrection + -ary. As a noun from 1893. Earlier adjectives were insurrectional (1794), insurrective (1590s), insurrectious (1630s). Insurrectionist (n.) is from 1811.

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Definitions of insurrectionary

insurrectionary (adj.)
of or relating to or given to insurrection;
Synonyms: insurrectional
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