of, relating to, or of the nature of a republic.
favoring a republic.
fitting or appropriate for the citizen of a republic:
a very republican notion.
(initial capital letter) of or relating to the Republican Party.
a person who favors a republican form of government.
(initial capital letter) a member of the Republican Rarty.
They thanked him profusely for his public service, apologized for republican hectoring, and complained about decorum.
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The record republican wave was a referendum on and rejection of the policies of the president and his party.
The 2012 Intensity Battle Mark McKinnon August 11, 2011
And so Gomez, who on paper—an ex-Navy SEAL turned venture capitalist—looks like the perfect republican, jumped in.
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More impressive still, unlike the rest of the republican field, the former Pennsylvania senator has steadily grown in stature.
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Recent polls put republican former lieutenant governor James “Duke” Aiona over his Democratic opponent by seven points.
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Only Florence and Venice, at the close of the period upon which we are now entering, maintained their republican independence.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 1 Various
He may be a republican, and he must uphold with warmth and conviction Royalist theories.
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Jefferson rightly attributed to Burr republican success in the election.
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I was already a republican and a freethinker in the days of the Empire.
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The republican ticket was elected, with 292 electoral votes, as against 155 received by Bryan and Stevenson.
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of, resembling, or relating to a republic
supporting or advocating a republic
a supporter or advocate of a republic
of, belonging to, or relating to a Republican Party
of, belonging to, or relating to the Irish Republican Army
a member or supporter of a Republican Party
a member or supporter of the Irish Republican Army
1712, “belonging to a republic, of the nature of a republic, consonant to the principles of a republic,” from republic + -an. The French republican calendar was in use from Nov. 26, 1793 to Dec. 31, 1805.
“one who favors a republic or republican principles” (or, as Johnson puts it, “One who thinks a commonwealth without monarchy the best government”), 1690s; see from republican (adj.). With capital R-, in reference to a member of a specific U.S. political party (the Anti-Federalists) from 1782, though this was not the ancestor of the modern U.S. Republican Party, which dates from 1854.
A member of the Republican party.
government. principles or adherence to them. (initial capital letter) the principles or policy of the Republican Party. Contemporary Examples Vermont is one of the last bastions of liberal republicanism in the country. Firewall Fail: As Super Tuesday Nears, No End in Sight to GOP Primary Fight Ben Jacobs February 27, 2012 You don’t say to […]
. a person or thing that . Contemporary Examples By Friday, Mercury opposes Chiron, forcing your resistant mind to listen to your body, which is fairly aching for stress relief. Your Week: What the Stars Predict Starsky + Cox August 27, 2011 She’s wonderful but she gets up entirely too early every morning and is […]
a phenomenon in an electric, acoustic, or other such system in which the impedance is tending to infinity.
the act of restoring; renewal, revival, or reestablishment. the state or fact of being restored. a return of something to a former, original, normal, or unimpaired condition. restitution of something taken away or lost. something that is restored, as by renovating. a reconstruction or reproduction of an ancient building, extinct animal, or the like, showing […]