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Consistent with or supportive of the political movement in France that aimed to restore the French empire under the house of Bonaparte:‘a Bonapartist regime’
- ‘There was no organized Bonapartist party.’
- ‘The policy cannot be described as wholeheartedly Bonapartist.’
- ‘The family was staunchly Bonapartist.’
- ‘They preferred Bonapartist forms of rule.’
- ‘He landed, with a small group of armed colleagues, intent on winning the local garrison for the Bonapartist cause.’
- ‘His solution is for the Bonapartist regime to broaden its support base.’
- ‘Her Bonapartist moves are the outcome of deep divisions within ruling circles.’
- ‘The new Bonapartist regime sought to end class conflict.’
- ‘Bonapartist candidates continued to do well in some regions.’
- ‘The Bonapartist dictatorship secured a considerable, yet not enduring measure of consent.’
A supporter of the political movement in France that aimed to restore the French empire under the house of Bonaparte:‘an ardent Bonapartist’
- ‘The War Office, for a long time, remained under the supreme direction of a Bonapartist.’
- ‘The court sentenced to ten years hard labour a ruined Bonapartist found guilty of having set fire to his house.’
- ‘An enthusiastic Bonapartist, he fled to Belgium after the final defeat of the Emperor.’
- ‘The Bonapartists exploited the confusion.’
- ‘He was succeeded by his son, an ardent Bonapartist.’
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