[ US /sɪˈdɪʃəs/ ]
[ UK /sɛdˈɪʃəs/ ]
  1. arousing to action or rebellion
  2. in opposition to a civil authority or government
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How To Use seditious In A Sentence

  • Web sites have taken on the historical roles and research value of samizdat, avant-garde magazines, seditious literature, fringe political manifesti, etc.
  • Individuals are being arrested and detained for lengthy periods, often without trial, for disseminating information judged to be seditious via the Internet.
  • John had reached the age, however, at which he began to question authority - not in the treasonous, seditious way Aaron and Andrew once had, but in a more innocent, juvenile way.
  • Massive constitutional reform is mandatory especially the word seditious is quite an opponent to wholesome democracy. SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator
  • His spooky elfin protagonists are seditious and superb at each alternate glance.
  • The authorities clamped down on seditious behaviour.
  • For this I am called seditious, among other things, by some of the very people who've condemned this society? Liberals and the Violence Card
  • Sometimes the humble person who has helped a disguised king fears the worst when the latter's identity is revealed - has he behaved disrespectfully, or said anything seditious or incriminating?
  • In the name of press freedom and nationalism we deliberately wrote seditious and criminally libellous articles against colonial governments.
  • The speaker worked his way through plunder, ravishment and seditious behavior.
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