Examples of monarchical in a Sentence
guests who stay in the hotel's most expensive suite live in monarchical splendor
Recent Examples of monarchical from the Web
Selective enforcement of laws and displays of 'mercy' are monarchical, not democratic, tendencies.
But his argument is, at its heart, neo-reactionary, and his implicit solution is monarchical.
One suspects the Queen, who spent Thursday at Royal Ascot, where the crowds applauded her arrival, would rather her grandson had stayed quiet on the matter of monarchical destiny.
In the case of monarchical incapacity, deposition was seldom resorted to because a general belief in the divine right of kings got in the way.
If God had put the monarch on the throne - and the belief was a central part of monarchical legitimacy - then only God could remove him; mere humans had no right to.
Where others may have recoiled from France’s monarchical infatuation, Macron looks set to embrace it.
Marie Antoinette’s death followed that of her husband’s, and signaled the end of monarchical rule in France.
Most of the prisoners at the Bastille had been sent there directly by the king without a trial, and the Bastille became a symbol of monarchical rule.
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Definition of monarchical for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a monarch or monarchy
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