Definition of Jacobitical in English:



See Jacobite

‘Swift's writings of the 1690s, during the last four years of Queen Anne's reign, and after the Hanoverian succession are shown to contain Jacobitical political implications when examined in their context in the 'paper wars' of the period.’
  • ‘Mr. Balfour first called on me late one morning in October of 1719, a year of much turmoil upon this island-the nation lived in constant fear of the French and their support for the heir to the deposed King James, whose Jacobitical followers threatened continually to retake the British monarchy.’



/ˌjakəˈbidək(ə)l/ /ˌdʒækəˈbɪdək(ə)l/