Definition of rebeldom in US English:

rebeldom

noun

  • The fact or condition of being a rebel; rebels collectively. Also: the realm or domain of rebels, specifically the Confederate States during the American Civil War (1861–5).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Brownson's Quarterly Review. From rebel + -dom.

Pronunciation

rebeldom

/ˈrɛbldəm/