Jacobite vs Compounder - What's the difference?

jacobite | compounder |


As nouns the difference between jacobite and compounder

is that jacobite is a supporter of the restoration of the stuart kings to the thrones of england and scotland in the late 17th century while compounder is a person who compounds (mixes ingredients, and tests the result).

jacobite

English

Noun

(wikipedia Jacobite) (en noun)
  • A supporter of the restoration of the Stuart kings to the thrones of England and Scotland in the late 17th century
  • (Macaulay)
  • (religion) One of the sect of Syrian Monophysites led by (Jacob Baradaeus) in the sixth century.
  • compounder

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A person who compounds (mixes ingredients, and tests the result)
  • a compounder of medicines
  • One who attempts to bring persons or parties to terms of agreement, or to accomplish ends by compromises.
  • * Burke
  • Compounder in politics.
  • One who compounds a debt, obligation, or crime.
  • * Hudibras
  • Religious houses made compounders / For the horrid actions of their founders.
  • (UK, archaic) One at a university who pays extraordinary fees for the degree he is to take.
  • (UK, historical) A Jacobite who favoured the restoration of (James II), on condition of a general amnesty and of guarantees for the security of the civil and ecclesiastical constitution of the realm.