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:
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.
Also called Russian Empire. Russian Rossiya. a former empire in E Europe and N and W Asia: overthrown by the 1917. Capital: St. Petersburg (1703–1917). . . a fine, smooth leather produced by careful tanning and dyeing, especially in dark red: originally prepared in Russia. Contemporary Examples (currently, immigrants from the region do not need […]
of or relating to , its people, or their language. a native or inhabitant of . a member of a Slavic people, the dominant ethnic group in the , whose historical homeland lies along the upper Volga and Oka rivers and adjacent areas. the Slavic language of this people, written in the Cyrillic alphabet: the […]
preventing or resisting . . something that prevents or resists . adjective (of a product or procedure) effective against rust
- Anti sag
to sink or bend downward by weight or pressure, especially in the middle: The roof sags. to hang down unevenly; droop: Her skirt was sagging. to droop; hang loosely: His shoulders sagged. to yield through weakness, lack of effort, or the like: Our spirits began to sag. to decline, as in price: The stock market […]