Whiggery

Part of speech: noun

The doctrines of Whigs.

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Usage examples "whiggery":

  1. For Whiggery, rightly understood, is not a political creed but a social caste. - "Collections and Recollections", George William Erskine Russell.
  2. Chiefly Whiggery and Democracy. - "Children of the Market Place", Edgar Lee Masters.
  3. No abstract principle, but always this dominating passion, covers his inconsistencies, and bridges the gulf between his earlier Whiggery and his later Toryism. - "Shelley, Godwin and Their Circle", H. N. Brailsford.