Secession in a sentence as a noun

He said that the secession vote in the Crimea was illegitimate.

What happened to cause that growth is that in mid/late November, the secession petitions went viral.

Getting something like secession right is hard, chances are economies will suffer hard.

People also break contracts all the time, and that usually doesn't result in a jail sentence, it results in a secession of business.

The paranoid sexualization of anything to do with the body, states' rights, secession....

Historically, secession from the union is frowned upon.

Obama hardly said that all secession movements are illegitimate.

It will be covered by the same response made to the Ortiz petition....they group similar petitions, such as the secession ones by individual states

If there was some serious secession movement in the US along the lines of Scotland's, I don't think the federal government is going to send General Sherman in this time.

I can't speak for other secession movements, but I lived in Catalonia for two years and some of the loudest arguments for independence there were economic.

Consensual secession referenda, like the upcoming Scottish one, do happen on occasion, but are fairly unusual.

Imagine how a secession crisis, based on, say, widespread spying by the government on its own citizens, might be dealt with today versus fifty years from now.-----If you were a resident of Afghanistan, the concept of a war against the robots is already a reality.

Secession definitions


an Austrian school of art and architecture parallel to the French art nouveau in the 1890s

See also: sezession


the withdrawal of eleven southern states from the Union in 1860 which precipitated the American Civil War

See also: Secession


formal separation from an alliance or federation

See also: withdrawal