con·​fed·​er·​al | \ kən-ˈfe-d(ə-)rəl \

Definition of confederal

: of or relating to a confederation

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What amount to marks the city councils have ordered the removal of confederal monuments from public spaces, removing history altogether, rather than allowing the next generation to see it, interpret it and yes, debate it. Fox News, "Mike Huckabee: Peter Fonda ought to be in jail," 27 June 2018

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1780, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of confederal was in 1780

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to deny responsibility for

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