1.Political philosophy that is opposed to the separation of church and state. The term originated in the context of the nineteenth century Church of England; antidisestablismentarians were opposed to proposals to remove its status as the state church of England.
2. Commonly used as example of a very long word
He is an antidisestablishmentarian.
Antidisestablishmentarian is a long word.
by meh May 08, 2003

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