Sedition [noun]

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(17:187) We should rather say that sedition ceased than that harmony was re-established.

The thought staggered him, and he felt as if he had filled his mind with treason and sedition!

You are wanted for sedition, and upon a warrant from M. de Lesdiguieres.

Sedition is talked round every tin of bully beef on the Peninsula.

Sedition was sedition and treason was treason—you couldn't evade that fact.

The Alien and Sedition laws had borne their legitimate fruit.

That which rises to a revolution in England is no more than a sedition in other countries.

They were harassed by the natives with accusations of treason and sedition.

Chouev was thrown into prison and charged with sedition and blasphemy.

As for the capital, it was a seething riot of sedition, from the reports.