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
In a piece at HuffPost, John Gaffney analyzed a tabloid story about former French President Francois Hollande, using Ernst Kantorowicz’s theory of the king’s two bodies: his natural, mortal body and his transcendent, monarchical body.
The State Department is unsure where this new era of monarchical government leaves them.
But Hugo’s play was seen as anti-monarchical by the Austrian censors.
Even in a Cabinet stocked with millionaires and billionaires, Ryan Zinke’s stewardship of the Interior Department has been distinguished by his monarchical flair.
In 1215, the Magna Carta, which originated as a missive to King John from his barons and liege lords, established a precedent of limits on monarchical authority.
Chandra left the village to fight with the anti-monarchical Maoist rebels in the civil war that lasted from 1996 to 2006 and ended with the authoritarian king removed from power.
The presidency is a quasi-monarchical institution, and so citizens are taught to respect the commander in chief, no matter what the party.
Regional foreign policy is not just about preserving the survival of a particular monarchical regime but ensuring the leadership of a particular set of individuals within the ruling family.
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Definition of monarchical for English Language Learners
: of or relating to a monarch or monarchy
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