seditious


se·di·tious

adjective \si-ˈdi-shəs\

Definition of SEDITIOUS

1
:  disposed to arouse or take part in or guilty of sedition
2
:  of, relating to, or tending toward sedition
se·di·tious·ly adverb
se·di·tious·ness noun

Examples of SEDITIOUS

  1. <several dissidents were jailed for leading protests that the government branded as seditious>

First Known Use of SEDITIOUS

15th century

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