sedition

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From Old French sedicion, from Latin sēditiō (sedition, discord), from sēd- (apart) + itiō (going).

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sedition (plural seditions)

  1. organized incitement of rebellion or civil disorder against authority or the state, usually by speech or writing.
  2. insurrection or rebellion

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