a supporter or adherent of a king or government, especially in times of rebellion or civil war.
(initial capital letter) a Cavalier adherent of Charles I of England.
a loyalist in the American Revolution; Tory.
(initial capital letter) an adherent of the house of Bourbon in France.
of or relating to royalists:
The royalist discusses Harry’s ill-advised musings on the similarities between war and Playstation.
The Royalist Discusses Playstation Prince Harry on Access Hollywood Tom Sykes January 22, 2013
The name change is not without its critics – including the royalist.
How Ridiculous! Big Ben To Be Renamed ‘Elizabeth Tower’. Tom Sykes June 25, 2012
The royalist has done his bit for Q&C and deleted the orignal pictures we posted earlier.
Farce as Palace Recalls Prince William Pictures Issued With Sensitive Information in Background Tom Sykes November 19, 2012
Buckingham Palace told the royalist they would not be commentin on the young royals movements.
Is Harry in Balmoral? Tom Sykes August 22, 2012
She is absolutely writing the book herself,” a Penguin flack told The royalist, “So it’s nice to shout about it.
Pippa Middleton Under Pressure to Finish Party Book ASAP Tom Sykes May 14, 2012
And when women rode to battle there was no mercy asked or given, from royalist or Confederate or Parliament man.
Nuala O’Malley H. Bedford-Jones
All the outlets from the kingdom were closed by the royalist troops.
The Huguenots in France Samuel Smiles.
But it would not do, and again you promised her to me if I could get you certain information from the royalist army.
Helmet of Navarre Bertha Runkle
Then they turned on the royalist conspirators and laid the blame at their door.
The Conquest of Bread Peter Kropotkin
In 1653 permission was given to Digby to return, on condition he would not meddle with royalist plots.
The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened Kenelm Digby
a supporter of a monarch or monarchy, esp a supporter of the Stuarts during the English Civil War
(informal) an extreme reactionary or conservative: an economic royalist
of, characteristic of, or relating to royalists
1640s, from royal + -ist. In England, a partizan of Charles I and II during the Civil War; in the U.S., an adherent of British government during the Revolution; in France, a supporter of the Bourbons.
- Anti royalist
a supporter or adherent of a king or government, especially in times of rebellion or civil war. (initial capital letter) a Cavalier adherent of Charles I of England. a loyalist in the American Revolution; Tory. (initial capital letter) an adherent of the house of Bourbon in France. of or relating to royalists: royalist sympathies. noun […]
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