- n. Plural form of monarch.
“David Starkey's study of England's monarchs is readable and rigorous, says Charles Spencer”
“Only monarchs from a long, prosperous, royal bloodline can be guaranteed to be heterosexual.”
“But Montaigne sees it as a sign of a “sort of lack of confidence in monarchs, a sign of not being sure of their position, to strive to make themselves respected and glorious through excessive expenditure.””
“Is about to discover that battling evil monarchs is child's play compared to mortal combat with a Hiver (see below).”
“Page 4 pomp which has conducted French kings to their imperial sleep, and has made their capital a vast lettered monument to its one great departed, -- nor in the drum-beat, and cathedral service, and royal guard, which have escorted English monarchs from the palace to the”
“It said Mbeki's power to pardon came from the Constitution, in a section with its roots in powers traditionally vested in English monarchs.”
“Among those who attended in the train of the monarchs was a favorite page of the queen, named Ruyz de Alarcon.”
“For convenience, certain citizens are made executors of the popular will, and are called monarchs, magistrates, or representatives, according to the form of the government.”
“They looked with impatience and indignation at the crowd of Dutch officers and civilians, whom William had brought over with him; while the cold and ungracious manner of the king contrasted, most unfavourably, with the bearing to which they had been accustomed in English monarchs.”
“Rameses and his illustrious predecessors, the Thothmes and the Amunophs, are described as monarchs of the eighteenth dynasty.”
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