Any sort of endlessly complicated political, legal, or social maneuver that regular people don't understand.
Since "antidisestablishmentarianism" is a long and complicated word that few know the meaning of, people use it to describe similar concepts.
Dude, I watched the news last night, and there was some major antidisestablishmentarianism going on that I didn't understand.
Immortilised in Black Adder Series 3 Ep 1 (Regency Period, the Politics one). Its quite a long word, really, and is as difficult, if not more, to say as putting on your pants. Well, for the Prince Reagent, atleast.
A person who is against the diss-establishment of the Church of England
"I do not wish you to close all the churches"
The act of being stongly opposed to the act terminating an established state of affairs. Also the biggest word in the english language (excluding science-related words).
Anarchists do not believe in Antidisestablishmentairianism.
The act of going aganist people against government. Shouldn't there be de-antidisestablishmentarianism and antideantidisestablishmentarianism and deantideantidisestab...
Figure it out yourself.
Antidisestablishmentarianism is cool.
a very long word.
1] spell "antidisestablishmentarianism"
2] i can't even say that word.
That word in the DQ Baby Commercial.
"Just say this one little word: Antidisestablishmentarianism?"