Traducción de seditious en Español:

seditious

sedicioso, adj.

Pronunciación /sɪˈdɪʃəs//səˈdɪʃəs/

adjetivo

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    sedicioso
    • John had reached the age, however, at which he began to question authority - not in the treasonous, seditious way Aaron and Andrew once had, but in a more innocent, juvenile way.
    • In the name of press freedom and nationalism we deliberately wrote seditious and criminally libellous articles against colonial governments.
    • He played the song incessantly, ignoring my pleas for mercy and grannyish objections to its author's seditious intent.
    • These are exciting, radical, almost seditious ideas in this conservative country.
    • The authorities clamped down on seditious behaviour.
    • Most of the members of that organization, now declared seditious and outlawed, left the state as fast as they could.
    • He described Thomas Paine as a traitor to his country, a wicked, malicious, seditious and ill-disposed individual, who had actively supported both the American and the French Revolutions.
    • For example, the crime of ‘possession of seditious publications’ was deleted, but ‘dealing with seditious publications’ would still be a crime.
    • Can denunciations of the cosmopolitans who corrupt our youth with seditious ideas be far behind?
    • ‘They're thinking of using the treason laws against seditious clerics,’ I said over breakfast last Monday, catching up with the news.
    • The question in pluralist systems is whether or not potentially seditious individuals can be taken under surveillance or arrested without violating civil liberties and undermining the rule of law.
    • Sometimes the humble person who has helped a disguised king fears the worst when the latter's identity is revealed - has he behaved disrespectfully, or said anything seditious or incriminating?
    • The seditious spirit of the colonies owes its birth to the factions in this House.
    • All nineteen of the company's editorial computers were taken by police following a complaint from the youth wing of the ruling political party that a letter published by the news service was seditious and could incite racial hatred.
    • The legislation declares that publications will only be considered seditious when there is ‘an intention to incite others’ to commit treason, subversion or secession.
    • Twelve leaders were framed in 1916 on a charge of seditious conspiracy as a result of their campaign of direct action against the war effort.
    • The laws of libel needed no reinforcement and proceedings for seditious or criminal libel should be used sparingly.
    • These were seen by authorities as very partial, untrue, seditious, and savouring too much of dangerous and traitorous conceits.
    • It is more likely that the articles embodied the intent of serving as parameters against seditious speech aimed at inciting action to illegally overthrow a government.
    • Individuals are being arrested and detained for lengthy periods, often without trial, for disseminating information judged to be seditious via the Internet.