Carlist



a supporter of the claims of Don Carlos of Spain or of his successors to the Spanish throne.
a partisan of Charles X of France, and of the elder branch of the Bourbons.
Historical Examples

In that country there had for years been no end of trouble, revolts, Carlist risings, wars and rumors of wars.
Famous Men and Great Events of the Nineteenth Century Charles Morris

The star of the Carlist Cause seemed to be in the ascendant.
The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon Jos Maria Gordon

No one could come to an end as a more thorough-going Carlist than he.
Memoirs of the Duchesse De Dino Duchesse De Dino

The Carlist factories were turning out their own guns and munitions.
The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon Jos Maria Gordon

I know these mountains, Senorita, for it was here that the fiercest of the fighting in the last Carlist War took place.
Tomaso’s Fortune and Other Stories Henry Seton Merriman

At other times I was rapidly being promoted in the Carlist Army.
The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon Jos Maria Gordon

But these, they knew, were the haunts of their Carlist allies.
The Firebrand S. R. Crockett

But it was a Carlist salon, and as such we were made welcome.
The Mirror of the Sea Joseph Conrad

The truth about the Carlist pretension is so little known in England that it may be well to state it.
Spanish Life in Town and Country L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street

I only know he is a Spaniard and a Carlist,” I said: “and that ought to be enough for you.
The Arrow of Gold Joseph Conrad

noun
(in Spain) a supporter of Don Carlos or his descendants as the rightful kings of Spain
(in France) a supporter of Charles X or his descendants

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