the Roman Catholic Church, especially its doctrines, ceremonies, and system of government.
He did not even say that those who upheld what he calls ‘tenets of popery’ were to be silenced.
Oliver Cromwell Samuel Rawson Gardiner
You have the presence of this popery also where Protestantism alone ought to be known.
The Wesleyan Methodist Pulpit in Malvern Knowles King
popery can only gain strength two ways—by positive persecution, and by indifference as to its movements.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 69, No. 427, May, 1851 Various
But dread of popery had driven him into opposition and rebellion.
The History of England from the Accession of James II. Thomas Babington Macaulay
Greater triumphs there never were in time of popery than were this Easter at the resurrection and at her high mass.
Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587 Various
She has left her virginity as a relick of popery, and marries in her tribe without a ring.
Microcosmography John Earle
Of course, Knox was always ready to ridicule such “remnants of paganism and popery.”
Notes and Queries, Number 138, June 19, 1852 Various
The chief assailants of the book were the friends of popery in England.
Lavengro George Borrow
The only real cry in the country is the proper and just old No popery cry.
A Lecture on the Study of History Lord Acton
She is dead against everything which she thinks to be popery.
Out in the Forty-Five Emily Sarah Holt
a derogatory name for Roman Catholicism
1530s, a hostile coinage of the Reformation, from pope + -ery.
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the political philosophy of the People’s party. (lowercase) any of various, often antiestablishment or anti-intellectual political movements or philosophies that offer unorthodox solutions or policies and appeal to the common person rather than according with traditional party or partisan ideologies. (lowercase) grass-roots democracy; working-class activism; egalitarianism. (lowercase) representation or extolling of the common person, the […]
a member of the People’s party. (lowercase) a supporter or adherent of populism. Also, Populistic. of or relating to the People’s party. Also, populistic. (lowercase) of, relating to, or characteristic of populism or its adherents. Contemporary Examples This politics of schadenfreude focuses the Populist ire of rank-and-file conservatives at the wrong targets. Sarah Palin’s Media […]
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a member of the People’s party. (lowercase) a supporter or adherent of populism. Also, Populistic. of or relating to the People’s party. Also, populistic. (lowercase) of, relating to, or characteristic of populism or its adherents. adjective appealing to the interests or prejudices of ordinary people noun a person, esp a politician, who appeals to the […]