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sedition (s) (noun), seditions (pl)
1. An organized insurrection, rebellion, or an incitement against a government: Mike's brother was arrested and charged with sedition because he wrote something that urged people to rebel against the political leadership of their country.
2. Etymology: from Old French sedicion; from Latin seditionem, seditio, "civil disorder, dissention"; literally, "a going apart, a separation"; from sed-, "apart" + itio "a going"; from ire, "to go".
Resistance to a government.
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An organized rebellion or insurrection against a government or a political system. (1)