Peelite

noun
Peel·ite | \ ˈpēˌlīt \
plural -s

Definition of Peelite 

: one of a group of 19th century British Tories supporting Peel in the repeal of the Corn Laws and later maintaining a position between the protectionist Tories and the Liberals until eventually merging with the Liberals

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History and Etymology for Peelite

Sir Robert Peel + English -ite

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