Boulangist
Boulangism Bou*lan"gism, n. [F. boulangisme.] The spirit or principles of a French political movement identified with Gen. Georges Boulanger (d. 1891), whose militarism and advocacy of revenge on Germany attracted to him a miscellaneous party of monarchists and Republican malcontents. -- {Bou*lan"gist}, n. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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