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1‘he was arrested and charged with subversive activities’
disruptive, troublemaking, inflammatory, insurgent, insurrectionary, insurrectionist, rabble-rousing
seditious, revolutionary, treasonous, treacherous, mutinous, rebellious, rebel, renegade, unpatriotic, dissident, disloyal, perfidious, insubordinate, underground, undermining, corrupting, discrediting, destructive, harmful
1‘she was designated as a dangerous subversive’
troublemaker, dissident, agitator, revolutionary, revolutionist, insurgent, insurrectionist, insurrectionary, renegade, rebel, mutineer, traitor
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