from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The nickname of a crackbrained Italian who fancied himself an emperor.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A title assumed by a fantastical individual of Shakspere's time; hence, humorously, a monarch.


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  • It did, nonetheless, depict 'monarcho-fascist aggression and repression' (particularly of women and children) as distinctly male or masculine.

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  • A Macedonian-Canadian documentary by the Association of the Refugee Children from the Aegean Macedonia - During the Greek Civil War tens of thousands of refugee children ages four to fourteen were rounded up and evacuated to Eastern Block countries (spring of 1948) - because of the fear of the monarcho-fascistic Greek soldiers and of the bombardment of the mainly ethnic Macedonian villages in the North of the Greek state with napalm bombs. - Financial News

  • Pravda which fulminated: "It has been learned with astonishment that the British Government intend to appoint to the British embassy in Moscow the monarcho-fascist beast Peck, who fixed the Greek elections."

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