Famous for being one of the longest words in the English language.
Student: Teach, what's the longest word in the english language?
Opposition to the disestablishment of a state religion (i.e., favoring the continued state support of a particular creed), esp.in regard to debates concerning the Church of England in the 19th century.
It is impossible for an American to be an antidisestablishmentarian, since the United States has never has an established religion.
Another word for Eminem's Dick.
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The word high-schoolers use to sound smart while tapping off the bong.
One moron said that it is a word used to describe people who are against the Church of England. They spelt it wrong as well-it's *establish* not *astablish*.
Actually, antidisestablishmentarianism is the belief held by those who are against people who are against the unity of the Church of England and the Monarchy.
It is broken down like this:
*Anti*-Against, *Dis*-the removal of
*Establishment*-the Monarchy and Church
*Arian*-person or group,
The most misspelled word on Urban Dictionary.
You're all dumbfucks.
Fundamentalist Christians are anti-disestablishmentarianists.
The correct way to spell a word that has been incorrectly spelled dozens of times on Urban Dictionary and abroad.
For those who are actually interested, antidisestablishmentarianism is a political line of thought against the disestablishment of a state religion, like the Church of England (where it originated).
It's spelled antidisestablishmentarianism, not any of the other bastardizations on here. SpellCheck motherfucker, do you speak it?!? Seriously, if you pronounce it right the spelling is very phonetic.