Definition of Jacobinical in US English:

Jacobinical

adjective

  • See Jacobin

    • ‘He was under pressure from those who feared radical movements in Britain and Ireland, especially when these were seen to be inspired by Jacobinical ideas.’
    • ‘In the first three months of 1796 eleven departments had their personnel totally or partially renewed to remove Jacobinical influences.’

Pronunciation

Jacobinical

/ˌdʒækəˈbɪnɪk(ə)l//ˌjakəˈbinik(ə)l/