Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An advocate of or believer in monarchy; one who holds or maintains monarchical principles.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. An advocate of, or believer in, monarchy.
- n. an advocate of the principles of monarchy
“I know as a monarchist I would rather have not voted but unfortunately the candidates stand so far in contrast with each other that refraining from voting or a vote for a pro-abortionist candidate were morally and essentially the sames thing.”
“The name monarchist at that time comprehended three distinct parties, each with a powerful following, namely:”
“Slide 43: Taking on the Orange Monarchist State ~ years of counter revolution 1662: Direction that crops should be banned, and long-term monarchist Sir Humphrey Hooke (associate of Thomas Colston), ex-Mayor of Bristol, and Sheriff of Gloucestershire, was ordered in the May of that year to resist anybody who tried to stop him from destroying the crops.”
“The German Army was pro conservative and monarchist, which is a little bit different from the genocide policies of the nazies.”
“He was called a monarchist and a consolidationist.”
“Returning to the idea of monarchist reinstauration: We proclaim a King, some nobles, and we have a reinstauration of the old order.”
“Communist' now sounds about as threatening as 'monarchist' -- and it's not because of intrepid”
“His lace and somewhat haughty stance could easily have elicited cries of "monarchist" from fellow republicans.”
“Then he, too, must comply with a higher purpose, and the 'monarchist' isthen no longer the man who in silence lets the bearer of the crown profaneit, but the man who prevents this.”
“They are showing again that they think the American voter is too stupid to even know what "monarchist" means and so won't question it.”
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