principles or adherence to them.
(initial capital letter) the principles or policy of the Republican Party.
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 Democrat they’ll see the light later on and convert to republicanism.
Why I Choose to Be Child-Free: Readers Share Their Stories Harry Siegel February 26, 2013
A new poll shows how the wingnut fringe is morphing into rank-and-file republicanism.
The Scary, Growing GOP Fringe John Avlon February 2, 2010
Maine is possibly the last stronghold of traditional liberal northeastern republicanism, with two pro-choice Republican Senators.
After South Carolina: the Road Ahead Gets Tougher for Newt Gingrich Ben Jacobs January 21, 2012
By standing in front of Gingrich, Boehner and the Young Guns hope they will be associated with a golden age of republicanism.
The GOP’s Fat Elvis John Batchelor September 16, 2010
The people were dissatisfied with the Confederation, not with republicanism.
The Atlantic Monthly , Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858 Various
They were the rendezvous of all that was most advanced and extravagant in republicanism.
Gerald Fitzgerald Charles James Lever
My reading was less p. 11one-sided than my politics, and my republicanism was tempered by an unwavering worship of “Lothair.”
The Fall of Prince Florestan of Monaco Charles Wentworth Dilke
Truly, mademoiselle, republicanism has a right to be proud of you.
The Martins Of Cro’ Martin, Vol. II (of II) Charles James Lever
It demonstrated that the power of Spain was waning, and that the dominant power in the western world was that of republicanism.
The History of Cuba, vol. 2 Willis Fletcher Johnson
the principles or theory of republican government
support for a republic
(often capital) support for a Republican Party or for the Irish Republican Army
1680s, from republican (adj.) + -ism. In reference to the U.S. Republican Party from 1856.
. 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 […]
an advocate of , especially of some political or religious doctrine. a reviser. any advocate of doctrines, theories, or practices that depart from established authority or doctrine. of or relating to revisionists or . attempting to reevaluate and restate the past based on newly acquired standards. Contemporary Examples I wish I could get onto the […]