Factionary

  • 1 Factionary — Fac tion*a*ry, a. [Cf. F. factionnaire, L. factionarius the head of a company of charioteers.] Belonging to a faction; being a partisan; taking sides. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Always factionary on the party of your general. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 factionary — index demagogue, partisan Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 factionary — fac·tion·ary …

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  • 4 factionary — I. ˈfakshəˌnerē, ri noun ( es) Etymology: faction (I) + ary (n. suffix) : partisan II. adjective Etymology …

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  • 5 Gábor Demszky — (born 4 August 1952) is a Hungarian politician, lawyer and sociologist by qualification. Demszky was formerly a Member of the European Parliament for the Alliance of Free Democrats (part of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party), having… …

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  • 6 partisan — I adjective biased, clannish, cliquish, denominational, devoted, factional, factionary, fanatic, fautor, homo studiosus, influenced, leagued, partial, predisposed, sectarian, swayed, undetached, undispassionate II noun adherent, advocate, ally,… …

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  • 7 demagogue — I noun agitator, charismatic leader, declaimed exciter, factionary, factioneer, factious leader, fanatic, firebrand, fomenter, haranguer, incentor, inciter, inflamer, instigator, leader, mob swayer, plebicola, plebis dux, politician, popular… …

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  • 8 partisan — I. n. 1. Adherent, follower, supporter, disciple, champion, votary, party man. 2. Truncheon, staff, bâton. 3. Halberd, pike. 4. Quarter staff. II. a. Factionary, biassed …

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  • 9 nihilist — n 1. anarchist, reactionary, extremist, absurdist, syndicalist, antinomian, Bakuninist; terrorist, revolutionary, counter revolutionary, insurrectionist, insurgent, agitator; seditionist, traitor, insubordinate, mutineer, rebel, revolter,… …

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  • 10 faction — I. /ˈfækʃən / (say fakshuhn) noun 1. a smaller group of people within a larger group, sometimes using unscrupulous methods to accomplish selfish purposes. 2. party strife or intrigue: faction has no regard for national interests. 3. WA → house1… …

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