Pronunciation of Sedition
/sɛdˈɪʃən/, /sɛdˈɪʃən/, /s_ɛ_d_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n/
Synonyms for sedition:
Other synonyms and related words:
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Usage examples for sedition:
- But it is not the intention of the opposers to the plan of federal government, founded on firm and truly republican principles; as, in that case, their aims would be entirely defeated, as it would put it out of their power to stir up sedition and discontent; and they would be lost in obscurity, or move in a most contemptible sphere. - "Essays on the Constitution of the United States", Paul Leicester Ford.
- It was an idea she'd not yet dared suggest to Dalby Bedford, who would likely consider it close to sedition. - "Caribbee", Thomas Hoover.
- He might have asked, how about the Alien and Sedition laws and the Kentucky resolutions of 1798. But for the rest, what did it all come to? - "Children of the Market Place", Edgar Lee Masters.