Definition of Autonomists

1. Noun. (plural of autonomist) ¹



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Definition of Autonomists

1. autonomist [n] - See also: autonomist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autonomists

autonomic nerve
autonomic nerve block
autonomic nervous system
autonomic nervous system diseases
autonomic neurogenic bladder
autonomic neuropathy
autonomic nuclei
autonomic part
autonomic pathways
autonomic plexus
autonomic plexuses
autonomically
autonomies
autonomism
autonomist
autonomists (current term)
autonomotropic
autonomous
autonomous communities
autonomous community
autonomous psychotherapy
autonomously
autonomously replicating sequence
autonomousness
autonomy
autonumbered
autonumbering
autonym
autonymous
autonymously

Literary usage of Autonomists

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1. Alsace-Lorraine Since 1870 by Barry Cerf (1919)
"CHAPTER VI DURING THE WAR AUTONOMY IS NOT SUFFICIENT NOW All Alsatians were autonomists before August, 1914; there are few autonomists left now. ..."

2. Free Cuba: Her Oppression, Struggle for Liberty, History, and Present by Rafael María Merchán, Gonzalo de Quesada (1896)
"Now, if the autonomists fill only four or five of the places, and their occupants are suspended by the Governor-General, were the remainder to vote for the ..."

3. The Library of Original Sources by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1907)
"I do not count the autonomists in this division, as they are so far too inconsiderable in numbers to be worth mentioning. General Blanco filled the civil ..."

4. To-morrow in Cuba by Charles Melville Pepper (1899)
"Naturally the autonomists were the first ones to be considered. ... The autonomists in Paris were also satisfied. Those in the United States, ..."

5. Cyclopedic Review of Current History by Alfred Sidney Johnson, Clarence A. Bickford, William W. Hudson, Nathan Haskell Dole (1898)
"insisting that the loyal autonomists and Conservatives should alone have that honor. But "La Lucha" intimates that the Spanish government may make mistakes ..."

6. Philippine Affairs: A Retrospect and Outlook; an Address by Jacob Gould Schurman (1902)
"As Judge Torres goes on to explain, the autonomists were afterward joined ... those who had come over from the revolutionists and the so-called autonomists, ..."

7. The Library of Original Sources by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1907)
"I do not count the autonomists in this division, as they are so far too inconsiderable in numbers to be worth mentioning. General Blanco filled the civil ..."

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