Definition of Subversions

1. Noun. (plural of subversion) ¹



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Definition of Subversions

1. subversion [n] - See also: subversion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subversions

subventioning
subventionize
subventionized
subventionizes
subventionizing
subventions
subventitious
subventricular
subvents
subverse
subversed
subverses
subversion
subversionary
subversioning
subversions (current term)
subversive
subversive activity
subversively
subversiveness
subversives
subverst
subvertable
subvertebral
subverted
subverter
subverters
subvertible
subverting

Literary usage of Subversions

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1. Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"New Monetary and Economic subversions. Archbishop Tressan. New Persecutions against the Protestants. Income Tax of One-fiftieth. New Rupture with Spain. ..."

2. Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"SECTION 1.—MONSIEUR LE Dec. — Government of Madame dc Prie and Paris Duver- nei. New Monetary and Economic subversions. ..."

3. Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"MONSIEUR LE Dec. — Government of Madame de Prie and Paris Duver- nei. New Monetary and Economic subversions. ..."

4. The Passions of the Human Soul by Charles Fourier, John Reynell Morell, Hugh Doherty (1851)
"THE SAME PARALLEL APPLIED TO subversions. THE most evident truths are often the last that are discovered. How comes it that men who have pretended to study ..."

5. The Philosophy of History by Augustus Schade, Rudolf Rocholl (1899)
"Its season of prime brought to bloom a mass of involutions and subversions becoming ever more complicated, in which the plan and task of history seemed to ..."

6. The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"New Monetary and Economic subversions. Archbishop Tressan. New Persecutions against the Protestants. Income Tax of One-fiftieth. New Rupture with Spain. ..."

7. An Outline of a System of Natural Theology by George Crabbe (1840)
"But can it be supposed for a moment, that twelve t violent subversions of this crust, through the action of such wild powers, could have each contributed, ..."

8. An Outline of a System of Natural Theology by George Crabbe (1840)
"... violent subversions of this crust, through the action of such wild powers, could have each contributed, in a progressive ratio, to bring the earth into ..."

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