(FIX) One of the connection points between the American governmental internets and the Internet.
[fed-er-uh-liz-uh m] /ˈfɛd ər əˌlɪz əm/ noun 1. the federal principle of government. 2. U.S. History. /ˈfɛdərəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. the principle or a system of federal union 2. advocacy of federal union /ˈfɛdərəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. (US, history) the principles and policies of the Federalist party n. 1793, American English, from French fédéralisme, from fédéral (see […]
[fed-er-uh-list] /ˈfɛd ər ə lɪst/ noun 1. an advocate of . 2. (initial capital letter) U.S. History. a member or supporter of the Federalist party. adjective 3. Also, federalistic. of or the Federalists. /ˈfɛdərəlɪst/ noun 1. a supporter or member of the Federalist party adjective 2. characteristic of the Federalists n. “member or supporter of […]
noun 1. a political group that favored the adoption by the states of the Constitution. 2. a political party in early U.S. history advocating a strong central government. noun 1. the American political party founded in 1787 and led initially by Alexander Hamilton. It took an active part in the shaping of the US Constitution […]
[fed-er-uh-list] /ˈfɛd ər ə lɪst/ noun 1. an advocate of . 2. (initial capital letter) U.S. History. a member or supporter of the Federalist party. adjective 3. Also, federalistic. of or the Federalists. noun 1. a series of 85 essays (1787–88) by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, written in support of the Constitution. […]