Definition of Doctrinaires

1. Noun. (plural of doctrinaire) ¹



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Definition of Doctrinaires

1. doctrinaire [n] - See also: doctrinaire

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doctrinaires (current term)
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doctrine of analogy

Literary usage of Doctrinaires

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1. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, George Walter Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward (1907)
"Remusat, with Pasquier and Mole complained that the doctrinaires were not business men and had no efficient organ in the Press. Laine and Pasquier objected ..."

2. The I. W. W.: A Study of American Syndicalism by Paul Frederick Brissenden (1919)
"The split of 1908 left the direct-actionists in almost as weak a condition as the doctrinaires. The weakness of the latter has been chronic. ..."

3. History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon in 1815 to the Accession of by Archibald Alison (1856)
"The doctrinaires were conservative in their views, but they were so on the ... They were as well aware as the doctrinaires that the old regime could not be ..."

4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1840)
"... of the Session—M. Passy elected President—The doctrinaires—Appointment of the Vice-Presidents—Questions of M. Mauguin—Explanations of MM Dupin, ..."

5. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages by Joseph Haydn (1889)
"... the wills were removed to Somerset-house, , •i.-T- tht- office was opened 24 Oct. 1874. doctrinaires, a name given since 1814 j *>J ..."

6. History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon in MDCCCXV to the Accession of by Archibald Alison (1856)
"It was with the doctrinaires that the CHAP. rupture first took place. ... The doctrinaires had become sensible of the great error into which they had fallen ..."

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