As nouns the difference between violent and jacobinism
is that violent
is (obsolete) an assailant while jacobinism
is the principles of the jacobins; violent opposition to legitimate government.
As an adjective violent
is involving extreme force or motion.
As a verb violent
is (archaic) to urge with violence.
Involving extreme force or motion.
Involving physical conflict.
- A violent wind ripped the branch from the tree.
Likely to use physical force.
- We would rather negotiate, but we will use violent means if needed.
- The escaped prisoners are considered extremely violent .
(obsolete) Produced or effected by force; not spontaneous; unnatural.
- The artist expressed his emotional theme through violent colors.
* T. Burnet
- These violent delights have violent ends.
- No violent state can be perpetual.
- Ease would recant / Vows made in pain, as violent and void.
(archaic) To urge with violence.
(obsolete) An assailant.
The principles of the Jacobins; violent opposition to legitimate government.
- Under this new stimulus, Burn's previous Jacobitism passed towards the opposite, but not very distant, extreme of Jacobinism . — J. C. Shairp.