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Republican vs. Democrat

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Republicanadjective

Advocating or supporting a republic as a form of government, advocating or supporting republicanism.

Democratnoun

A supporter of democracy; an advocate of democratic politics (originally as opposed to the aristocrats in Revolutionary France).

Republicanadjective

Of or belonging to a republic.

Democratnoun

Someone who rules a representative democracy.

Republicannoun

Someone who favors a republic as a form of government.

Democratnoun

A large light uncovered wagon with two or more seats.

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Republicannoun

A bird of a kind that builds many nests together: the American cliff swallow, or the South African weaver bird.

Democratnoun

One who is an adherent or advocate of democracy, or government by the people.

‘Whatever they call him, what care I,Aristocrat, democrat, autocrat.’;

Republicanadjective

Of or pertaining to a republic.

‘The Roman emperors were republican magistrates named by the senate.’;

Democratnoun

A member of the Democratic party.

Republicanadjective

Consonant with the principles of a republic; as, republican sentiments or opinions; republican manners.

Democratnoun

A large light uncovered wagon with two or more seats.

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Republicannoun

One who favors or prefers a republican form of government.

Democratnoun

a member of the Democratic Party

Republicannoun

A member of the Republican party.

Democratnoun

an advocate of democratic principles

Republicannoun

The American cliff swallow. The cliff swallows build their nests side by side, many together.

Democratnoun

an advocate or supporter of democracy

‘as a democrat, I accepted the outcome of the referendum’;

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Republicannoun

a member of the Republican Party

Democratnoun

(in the US) a member of the Democratic Party.

Republicannoun

an advocate of a republic (usually in opposition to a monarchy)

Republicannoun

a tributary of the Kansas River that flows from eastern Colorado eastward through Nebraska and Kansas

Republicanadjective

relating to or belonging to the Republican Party;

‘a Republican senator’; ‘Republican party politics’;

Republicanadjective

having the supreme power lying in the body of citizens entitled to vote for officers and representatives responsible to them or characteristic of such government;

‘the United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government’; ‘a very republican notion’; ‘so little republican and so much aristocratic sentiment’; ‘our republican and artistic simplicity’;

Republicanadjective

(of a form of government, constitution, etc.) belonging to or characteristic of a republic

‘a republican government’;

Republicanadjective

advocating republican government

‘the republican movement’;

Republicanadjective

(in the US) supporting the Republican Party.

Republicannoun

an advocate of republican government

‘in the old days, the argument between radical-reform monarchists and the straight republicans was academic’;

Republicannoun

(in the US) a member or supporter of the Republican Party.

Republicannoun

an advocate of a united Ireland.

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