Definition of monarch
Examples of monarch in a Sentence
a new history of French monarchs
the ruling monarch of Britain at that time was Queen Elizabeth I
Recent Examples of monarch from the Web
Churchill, meanwhile, was alive to the danger of having an alternative monarch so close to being in Nazi hands.
Vanessa Kirby as the impetuous foil to Foy’s restrained monarch feels like a very solid option, with another newcomer, the very popular Chrissy Metz, well-positioned to take up slot number two.
During Queen Elizabeth's speech this morning—an address to Parliament during which the monarch lays out the Prime Minister's legislative plans for the coming year—
The Saudi monarch, who holds near absolute powers, quickly awarded his son expansive powers to the surprise of many within the royal family who are more senior and more experienced than Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS.
Trump's entourage resembles nothing more closely than the court of a hereditary monarch, with informal structures of rule elbowing aside more formal ones.
The law clears the way for Emperor Akihito, 83, to become the first Japanese monarch to abdicate in 200 years.
There will also be a monarch butterfly release program the last two weeks in August.
The officer ordered his men to search the premises, seeking the prize of Jefferson for King George III, for this was the monarch’s 43rd birthday.
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Origin and Etymology of monarch
Late Latin monarcha, from Greek monarchos, from mon- + -archos -arch
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of monarch for English Language Learners
: a person (such as a king or queen) who rules a kingdom or empire
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