Definition of Irredentas

1. Noun. (plural of irredenta) ¹



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Definition of Irredentas

1. irredenta [n] - See also: irredenta

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irredentas

irreconciling
irrecordable
irrecoverable
irrecoverableness
irrecoverably
irrecuperable
irrecuperably
irrecured
irrecusable
irrecusably
irredeemability
irredeemable
irredeemableness
irredeemably
irredenta
irredentas (current term)
irredentism
irredentisms
irredentist
irredentists
irreducibilities
irreducibility
irreducible
irreducible complexity
irreducible hernia
irreducibleness
irreducibles
irreducibly
irredundant
irreferential

Literary usage of Irredentas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Anschluss Movement, 1918-1919, and the Paris Peace Conference by Alfred D. Low (1974)
"Oscar Jaszi in his penetrating work The Dissolution of the Habsburg Monarchy distinguished between true irredentas in the Dual Monarchy (the Italian, ..."

2. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"... the Peace Treaty would give birth to the " revanche " idea in Germany, with new and greater " irredentas " as a menace to the future peace of the world. ..."

3. What Japan Thinks by Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami (1921)
"Notwithstanding the problem of German irredentas and other minorities, Europe is certainly going ..."

4. And the Kaiser Abdicates: The German Revolution, November, 1918-August, 1919 by Stephen Miles Bouton (1921)
"... it has created a dozen new irredentas, new breeding-places of war; it has liberated thousands from foreign domination but placed tens of thousands under ..."

5. The Anschluss Movement, 1918-1919, and the Paris Peace Conference by Alfred D. Low (1974)
"Oscar Jaszi in his penetrating work The Dissolution of the Habsburg Monarchy distinguished between true irredentas in the Dual Monarchy (the Italian, ..."

6. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"... the Peace Treaty would give birth to the " revanche " idea in Germany, with new and greater " irredentas " as a menace to the future peace of the world. ..."

7. What Japan Thinks by Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami (1921)
"Notwithstanding the problem of German irredentas and other minorities, Europe is certainly going ..."

8. And the Kaiser Abdicates: The German Revolution, November, 1918-August, 1919 by Stephen Miles Bouton (1921)
"... it has created a dozen new irredentas, new breeding-places of war; it has liberated thousands from foreign domination but placed tens of thousands under ..."

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