“se-dish-un” | /sɛˈdɪ.ʃən/
n – Organized incitement of rebellion or civil disorder against authority or the state, usually by speech or writing.
Insurrection or rebellion.
“The empire would have to evaluate their priorities if they did not want to face sedition across all their factions.”
From Old French sedicion, from Latin sēditiō (“sedition, discord”), from sēd- (“apart”) + itiō (“going”).