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subversive (adj.)

1640s, from Latin subvers-, past participle stem of subvertere (see subvert) + -ive. As a noun, attested from 1887. Related: Subversively; subversiveness.

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Definitions of subversive from WordNet
1
subversive (n.)
a radical supporter of political or social revolution;
Synonyms: revolutionist / revolutionary / subverter
2
subversive (adj.)
in opposition to a civil authority or government;
Synonyms: insurgent / seditious
From wordnet.princeton.edu