an ultraconservative organization, founded in December 1958 by Robert Welch, Jr., chiefly to combat alleged Communist activities in the U.S.
(US, politics) a fanatical right-wing association organized along semisecret lines to fight Communism
A conservative organization prominent in the 1950s and 1960s. The society was particularly concerned with the dangers of communism, and its views were considered extreme by most Americans.
[jon-boht] /ˈdʒɒnˌboʊt/ noun 1. a light, square-ended, flat-bottomed skiff, used in shallow water.
/ɔː/ noun 1. John, 1st Baron Boyd Orr of Brechin Mearns. 1880–1971, Scottish biologist; director general of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization: Nobel peace prize 1949 /ɔː/ noun 1. Robert Gordon, known as Bobby. born 1948, Canadian ice-hockey player 1. Office of Refugee Relief 2. Office of Refugee Resettlement
- John bright
[brahyt] /braɪt/ noun 1. John, 1811–89, British statesman and economist. 2. Richard, 1789–1858, English physician. /braɪt/ adjective 1. emitting or reflecting much light; shining 2. (of colours) intense or vivid 3. full of promise: a bright future 4. full of animation; cheerful: a bright face 5. (informal) quick witted or clever: a bright child 6. […]
- John cabot
[kab-uh t] /ˈkæb ət/ noun 1. John (Giovanni Caboto) c1450–98? Italian navigator in the service of England: discoverer of North American mainland 1497. 2. Richard Clarke, 1868–1939, U.S. physician and writer on medical ethics. 3. Sebastian, 1474?–1557, English navigator and explorer (son of John Cabot). 4. a male given name. /ˈkæbət/ noun 1. John Italian […]