[ US /ˈmɑnɑɹki/ ]
[ UK /mˈɒnəki/ ]
  1. an autocracy governed by a monarch who usually inherits the authority
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How To Use monarchy In A Sentence

  • With those resources, there's no need to plunder the Arctic Wildlife Refuge or support repressive regimes like the Saudi monarchy.
  • His ponderous declaration: "I write by the light of two eternal truths, religion and the monarchy," was a sort of cheap-jack recommendation of the so-called philosophy in his _Comedie Humaine_. Balzac
  • The fourth element of the constitution is one that I have described as a parliamentary government under a constitutional monarchy.
  • In what way, anon, is an elected politician talking about the future of unelected monarchy constitute hyopcrisy. Pippa pouts
  • This was a concession to the Magyars at the expense of other peoples within the borders of the Dual Monarchy.
  • Despite subsequent upheavals, the French have never seriously considered restoring the monarchy since.
  • The monarchy in England plays an important role in British culture.
  • It was the official religion during the reign of the monarchy and is currently the unofficial religion.
  • But this is an age and time when there is not constitutional monarchy. Christianity Today
  • To them, the monarchy is the special symbol of nationhood.
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