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How to Pronounce jacobinical?

Correct pronunciation for the word "jacobinical" is [d͡ʒˌakəbˈɪnɪkə͡l], [d‍ʒˌakəbˈɪnɪkə‍l], [dʒ_ˌa_k_ə_b_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_k_əl].

What are the misspellings for jacobinical?

  • hacobinical,
  • nacobinical,
  • macobinical,
  • kacobinical,
  • iacobinical,
  • uacobinical,
  • jzcobinical,
  • jscobinical,
  • jwcobinical,
  • jqcobinical,
  • jaxobinical,
  • javobinical,
  • jafobinical,
  • jacobonical,
  • jakobinical,
  • jacobilical,
  • jacobinikal,
  • Jac Bonical,
  • Jakobinikal,
  • Jacobianical

"Jacobinical" in context

Jacobinical is a term used to describe the ruthless, authoritarian program of the French Directory during the French Revolution. It reflects the bloody rule of the "terroristic" atmosphere created by the Jacobin reign of Robespierre. Originally seen as a movement for freedom and democracy, their anti-monarchical and anti-aristocratic ideology led to heavy censorship, conscription and executions of anyone who didn't agree with them. Those who survived often found themselves in debt due to the high cost of living caused by the inflation of the assignats. Jacobinical policies quickly led to the overthrow of the Directory and Napoleon's migration to France.

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