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[ UK /tɹa‍ɪˈʌmvɪɹˌe‍ɪt/ ]
[ US /tɹaɪˈəmvɝət/ ]
  1. a group of three men responsible for public administration or civil authority
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How To Use triumvirate In A Sentence

  • But I do know there is a greater prospect he will seek a bit of equity in the distribution of investment and development of infrastructure than the present triumvirate.
  • The former category includes a triumvirate of flame-heated specialties: liqueur-spiked Gruyère as a dip for French bread, meats fried in hot peanut oil, and strawberries dunked in melted chocolate.
  • One subtle element of those checks and balances is that they are based on a triumvirate of power, not a face-off. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Feature Not a Bug
  • In 36, Octavian defeated Pompey's son Sextus Pompeius at Naulochus, and also ousted Lepidus from the triumvirate.
  • Atleast one - third of this triumvirate isn't going anywhere, so I'm seeing more fiction than fact.
  • Under a ruling triumvirate, no one executive has clear control.
  • The men wearing numbers 5, 6 and 35 make up a defensive triumvirate as formidable, aggressive, powerful and obdurate as any in the club's history.
  • Leaving behind the triumvirate, we enter into the duple meter of blank and, then, free verse. THE PROSODY HANDBOOK: A GUIDE TO POETIC FORM by ROBERT BEUM & KARL SHAPIRO
  • The deadlocked triumvirate of urban political authority was unable to effect the economic changes necessary to revitalize the local economy.
  • However, Elizabeth, James and Henry formed a triumvirate of monarchs, to which Essex, as her creature, could not aspire.
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