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secession British & World English

The action of withdrawing formally from membership of a federation or body, especially a political state

the Secession in secession British & World English

The withdrawal of eleven Southern states from the US Union in 1860, leading to the Civil War

Sezession British & World English

A radical movement involving groups of avant-garde German and Austrian artists who, from 1892, organized exhibitions independently of the traditional academies. The Vienna Secession founded by Gustav Klimt in 1897 helped to launch the Jugendstil

Secession in Sezession British & World English

A radical movement involving groups of avant-garde German and Austrian artists who, from 1892, organized exhibitions independently of the traditional academies. The Vienna Secession founded by Gustav Klimt in 1897 helped to launch the Jugendstil

Vienna Secession in Sezession British & World English

A radical movement involving groups of avant-garde German and Austrian artists who, from 1892, organized exhibitions independently of the traditional academies. The Vienna Secession founded by Gustav Klimt in 1897 helped to launch the Jugendstil

secession English Thesaurus

the republic's secession from the Soviet Union

secession English-Spanish

secesión

Sezession New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

19th-cent. German and Austrian art movement