Sentence for faction | Use faction in a sentence

Faction in a sample sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use faction in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for faction.

  • Of this larger faction Val Dartie was naturally a member. (8)
  • The sluggish in intellect detest them, but our civilization is not much indebted to that major faction. (10)
  • A noisy, reckless faction of this kind it was which had forced America into the shameful, useless war of 1812. (19)
  • Soaring is impossible among that faction; but this they can do, they can furnish the Tory his opportunity to soar. (10)

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Definition of faction:

  • faction, fak’shun, n. a company of persons associated or acting together, mostly used in a bad sense: a contentious party in a state or society: dissension. | adj. fac’tional. | ns. fac’tionary, a member of a faction; fac’tionist. | adj. fac’tious, turbulent: disloyal. | adv. fac’tiously. | n. fac’tiousness. (0)

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