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  • n. An advocate of, or believer in, monarchy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. An advocate of, or believer in, monarchy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An advocate of or believer in monarchy; one who holds or maintains monarchical principles.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an advocate of the principles of monarchy


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  • 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.

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  • The name monarchist at that time comprehended three distinct parties, each with a powerful following, namely:

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  • 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.

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  • The German Army was pro conservative and monarchist, which is a little bit different from the genocide policies of the nazies.

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  • He was called a monarchist and a consolidationist.

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  • Returning to the idea of monarchist reinstauration: We proclaim a King, some nobles, and we have a reinstauration of the old order.

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  • 'Communist' now sounds about as threatening as 'monarchist' -- and it's not because of intrepid

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  • His lace and somewhat haughty stance could easily have elicited cries of "monarchist" from fellow republicans.

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  • 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.

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  • 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. News


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