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n.1.A supporter of the dynasty of the Napoleons.
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Lord Byron is the leading example of the outsider who became a Napoleonist, choosing to travel into exile on the Continent in 1816 in a replica of the Emperor's carriage.
republican versus royalist, Napoleonist versus republican, etc.
To be a royalist in France in those days could mean one of three things: Legitimist -- the Bourbons whose heir the Comte de Chambord lived in exile in Austria; Orleanist -- led by the Comte de Paris; or Napoleonist.