antigovernment

[an-tee-guhv-ern-muhnt, -er-muhnt, an-tahy-]
adjective
1.
opposed to or in rebellion against an existing government.
2.
of or pertaining to a political group, military force, etc., seeking to replace or overthrow an existing government.

Origin:
anti- + government

antigovernmental, adjective
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Main Entry:  antigovernment
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  going against a current government or administration
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Example sentences
Cell-phone records could tell them who attended an antigovernment rally.
There were reports of intimidation of journalists and their antigovernment sources.
Privately owned newspapers frequently adopted antigovernment positions.
Antigovernment and extremist groups were responsible for numerous killings of government officials and police.
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