[ US /sɪˈsɛʃənɪst/ ]
[ UK /sɛsˈɛʃənˌɪst/ ]
  1. an advocate of secessionism
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How To Use secessionist In A Sentence

  • Kinda funny since her husband is a member of a secessionist party - but they are white – so all is forgiven – stupidity, pre-marital sex resulting in bastard kids, lack of intelligence or any intellectual curiosity. Palin steps down as Alaska governor
  • The secessionist government boycotted the elections in order to bolster its claims for international recognition as a separate state.
  • The ruling party called the secessionist resolution a "retrograde step" and vowed to quash it when it is debated at the federal level.
  • The country's transition would descend from a matter of managing change to managing chaos, especially as secessionist regions become a breeding ground for anarchy.
  • I have been following keenly the developments in the treason trial of the secessionists.
  • The contest was close and heated, and resulted somewhat singularly in the election of a mixed ticket -- two Secessionists being returned, and one Co-operationist, Mr. Huntingdon, owing to personal popularity. Macaria; or, Altars of Sacrifice
  • At Elisabethville, capital of the secessionist province of Katanga, the plane was denied permission to land. Top Stories
  • More than television, in its infancy a socializing machine that involved the whole family, the transistor radio helped define boomers as a separate (even secessionist) generation.
  • For nine years, the PNG government habeen fighting a secessionist conflict on the copper and gold rich island province of Bougainville which has caused the latest uprest. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Slowly Yugoslavia fell apart as secessionist sentiment grew.
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