Bourbonic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Bourbon +‎ -ic

Adjective[edit]

Bourbonic

  1. Of or relating to the House of Bourbon.
    • 1887, Augusta de Grasse Stevens, The lost Dauphin: Louis XVII, or Onwarenhiiaki the Indian Iroquois chief, page 106:
      The upper part of the face is decidedly of a Bourbonic cast, while the mouth and lower part resemble the House of Hapsburg. I also observed, to my surprise, that many of his gestures were similar to those peculiar to the Bourbons.
  2. Having the Bourbons' obstinately conservative style of government.

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