(a.) Pertaining to, or characterized by, insurrection; rebellious; seditious.
(1) That insurrectionary actor never again worked on stage once the heady run of Streetcar was over.
(2) The royal decree coincided with the news that 93 jihadists linked to Isis have been arrested this year and that there have been several insurrectionary plots across the kingdom.
(3) Insurrectionary protests spread from the capital across Egypt today, convulsing the cities of Suez and Alexandria as protesters engaged in running battles with the police, setting fire to buildings and vehicles.
(4) Amid the creative accessorising of insurrectionary protest – a giant puppet of Scaf's head Field Marshal Tantawi was carried by four youths, each sporting masks depicting the faces of those killed over the past year while battling for change – most participants were struck predominantly by the turnout.
(5) Culture watch After the insurrectionary final scene as Don and Roger tried to break the news of The Swallowing, Dino sang us out with Money Burns a Hole in my Pocket .
(6) Staffed by volunteers and drawing on everything from official records and insurrectionary pamphlets to multimedia footage and updates on Twitter and Facebook, the project aims, in Fahmy's words, "to gather as much primary data on the revolution as possible and deposit it in the archives so that Egyptians now and in the future can construct their own narratives about this pivotal period."
(7) Like Marxist insurrectionaries, they often talk about smashing things, about "creative destruction" , about the breaking of chains and the slipping of leashes.
(8) Sanctimonious, fearmongering and uninspiring, remain was tone-deaf to an insurrectionary mood that suffered fools more gladly than experts.
(9) In any case, avoid falling for the exhausting delusion of endless urban protest or the nihilistic fantasy of winning an insurrectionary war.
(10) Humiliated rage and furtive envy characterise Muslim insurrectionaries and Hindu fanatics today as much as they did the militarist Japanese insisting on their unique spiritual quintessence.
(11) Matters went altogether too far in the Iran-Contra affair, when the White House staff (and, almost certainly, the president himself) conspired to sell arms to revolutionary Iran, in defiance of declared government policy, and use the money to support the insurrectionary forces in Nicaragua, in defiance of congressional directives.
(12) In media and establishment mythology, of course, it was the insurrectionary incompetence of the miners' leadership that led to the breakneck destruction of the mining communities, rather than the government that ordered it.
(a.) Of or pertaining to sedition; partaking of the nature of, or tending to excite, sedition; as, seditious behavior; seditious strife; seditious words.
(a.) Disposed to arouse, or take part in, violent opposition to lawful authority; turbulent; factious; guilty of sedition; as, seditious citizens.
(1) After the wedding, she found herself at the receiving end of good ol’ southern disapproval when she decided to keep her maiden name – an act that was seen as virtually seditious in unreconstructed 1970s Arkansas.
(2) Now we know that the Tory prime minister intended to extend the charge of seditious insurrection , not only to leftwing Labour councils in Liverpool and London resisting cuts in services, but against the Labour party as a whole.
(3) The annual season of big executive payouts is about to commence once again; at this rate, do not be surprised if the seditious spirit of Millbank spreads – and fast.
(4) Here are two recent purchases: two literally seditious texts.
(5) The 74-year-old, who has spent more than half of his life behind bars, was convicted of “seditious conspiracy” for plotting against the US.
(6) No matter: his relatively mild contribution took its place among seditious quotes from no end of former New Labour high-ups.
(7) Those who stood to defend union strength and the post-war social democratic settlement were seditious outsiders, to be destroyed in a domestic reprise of her Falklands campaign against the Argentinian dictator General Galtieri.
(8) The CSP believes that “American civil and political society is under systematic, sustained and seditious assault – a ‘Stealth Jihad’ – by adherents to Shariah”.
(9) It is surely indicative of the seditious mindset that the meeting was secretly taped and, I understand, not just by one person.
(10) He was prosecuted for seditious libel, financially ruined and spent the following two years in Newgate prison.
(11) The Labour and Liberal Democrat parties are custodians of the best of Britain's radical traditions: the traditions not only of Orwell, but of John Milton, John Stuart Mill and the men and women who struggled against the Stamp Acts and the blasphemy and seditious libel laws.
(12) Lim was jailed for 18 months under the law in 1998 for allegedly making seditious remarks in his defence of a rape victim.
(13) One of the most seditious aspects of the FCC merger review is its chilling action on the participants in the [net neutrality] debate.
(14) That set me off, and probably all my writing has been done within the same seditious framework.
(15) Photograph: Jon Tonks for the Guardian "This is one of the most bloody-minded, seditious areas of the country, and always has been," he tells me.