re·pub·li·can | ri-ˈpə-bli-kən
1 : one which favors or helps a republican type of authorities
b : a member of the Democratic-Republican get together or of the Republican get together of the U.S.
1a : of, regarding, or having the traits of a republic
b : favoring, supporting, or advocating a republic
c : belonging or acceptable to 1 dwelling in or supporting a republic republican simplicity
b : of, regarding, or constituting the one of many two main political events evolving within the U.S. within the mid-Nineteenth century that’s often primarily related to enterprise, monetary, and a few agricultural pursuits and is held to favor a restricted governmental position in financial life
river 445 miles (716 kilometers) lengthy in Nebraska and Kansas rising in japanese Colorado and flowing east to unite with the Smoky Hill River forming the Kansas River