- s arousing to action or rebellion
- s in opposition to a civil authority or government
- And is not Che, with his hippie hair and wispy revolutionary beard, the perfect postmodern conduit to the nonconformist, seditious '60s, that disruptive past confined to gesture .
- Listing in one breath Auschwitz, Hiroshima and Viet Nam is seditious poshlost.
- The regents are also empowered to dismiss school employees for the "utterance of any treasonable or seditious word .
- Helen Clark in The Age
It's extraordinary to me that a government which has installed itself by military coup - which is in my view a seditious and treasonable act in itself - is now accusing a democratically-elected prime minister of asking for support,Clark told...
- Andrew Denton in NEWS.com.au
I don't know what we will find or where it will end, but I hope it's seditious and appalling and I hope I'm not comfortable with it,said Denton, a former comedian and now host of the interview program Enough Rope.