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How to Pronounce jacobinic?

Correct pronunciation for the word "jacobinic" is [d͡ʒˌakəbˈɪnɪk], [d‍ʒˌakəbˈɪnɪk], [dʒ_ˌa_k_ə_b_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_k].

What are the misspellings for jacobinic?

  • hacobinic,
  • nacobinic,
  • macobinic,
  • kacobinic,
  • iacobinic,
  • uacobinic,
  • jzcobinic,
  • jscobinic,
  • jwcobinic,
  • jqcobinic,
  • jaxobinic,
  • javobinic,
  • jafobinic,
  • jadobinic,
  • jacibinic,
  • jackbinic,
  • jaclbinic,
  • jacobinc,
  • jacobinnic,
  • jacobinik

"Jacobinic" in context

Jacobinic refers to a type of political thought that originated during the French Revolution and was characterized by commitment to the ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity for all. It takes its name from the Jacobin Club, a radical political club that existed from 1790-1794 during the French Revolution and is credited with the success of the revolution. The Jacobinic thought sought to abolish the existing monarchy and create a new government by reorganizing the economic, political and social order of society. This movement was particularly strong in rural areas and within the lower classes of society and was led mainly by the left-wing intelligentsia.

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