Examples of triumvirate in a Sentence
among the city's cultural institutions, the art museum, the symphony orchestra, and the opera company reign as the supreme triumvirate
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Beyond the fact all three players took modest financial haircuts to make their terrific triumvirate work, those Heat teams proved must-see TV.
So, season give is definitely about flushing out the different triumvirates, the different alliances and whose loyalty is not to be trusted.
Other questions that need to be answered: Will one driver emerge from the Dale Coyne Racing triumvirate (Zachary Claman De Melo, Pietro Fittipaldi and Santino Ferrucci) and lay claim to the No. 19 car full time next season?
Completing the triumvirate, Mickelson opened with a round of 77 in his bid to finally land a US Open title after a record six runner-up spots.
His signing allows the Cowboys to keep their triumvirate of first-round picks and perennial Pro Bowls in Smith and center Travis Frederick together, opening holes for quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Meanwhile, the Ducks are at a crossroads with the triumvirate of Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry and Ryan Kesler, east-west players in an NHL that is increasingly bent toward north-south skaters.
One of the Eagles’ greatest assets last season was a triumvirate of former college and pro QBs shepherding the offense, in head coach Doug Pederson, offensive coordinator Frank Reich and QBs coach John DeFilippo.
Big news came down Wednesday when the North American triumvirate of the United States, Mexico, and Canada won a joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
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The first triumvirate of the Roman Republic, which consisted of Julius Caesar, Pompey, and Crassus, was simply an alliance or partnership, not a formal institution of the government. The alliance didn't last long, however, and Caesar eventually emerged with total power. This led to his assassination, after which a second triumvirate took over, with Octavian, Mark Antony, and Lepidus dividing the Roman world among themselves. But these triumvirs also soon turned on one another, with Octavian alone taking power; in time he would become Rome's first emperor.
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: a group of three people who share a position of authority or power
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