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part of speech: noun

A party of violent revolutionists in France during the first Revolution; a radical or levelling politician of the character of the French Jacobins.

part of speech: noun

One of an order of monks, so named from their orig. establishment in the Rue St. Jacques ( St James's Street), Paris; one of a society of revolutionists in France, so called from their meeting in a Jacobin convent: a demagogue: a hooded pigeon.

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