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This time, the King’s favor had turned against them, and the army and royalist militias were authorized to put down the unrest with lethal force.
In France, no politician outside the circle of fringe far-right royalists is supposed to talk about missing the king.
Corfe Castle in Dorset, a royalist bastion demolished during the English Civil War in 1645 on orders of Parliament, is seen in a 1764 painting by John Inigo Richards as a falling-apart curiosity viewed by travelers.
After successful quelling a royalist riot in Paris in 1795, Napoleon was given command of the French army.
The yellow shirts, including royalists and middle-class urbanites in southern Thailand, have long opposed the siblings’ populist rule.
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Definition of royalist for English Language Learners
: a person who believes that a country should have a king or queen or who supports a particular king or queen
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