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  • n. Plural form of monarchist.


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  • Those of us who, despite his foolishness, remain monarchists, despaired of him and his stupidity.

    A Politically Partisan Prince & The EU

  • In the early days the monarchists were able to break up these meetings and to spread fear by display of military tactics.

    What is Happening in Germany

  • I work with people who are "monarchists" and several traditional Catholics seem to be as well.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • These 'most humble'creatures, to be sure, despite all their humility before their master andsource of livelihood, have always demonstrated the greatest arrogance towardthe rest of humanity, and worst of all when they pass themselves off withshameful effrontery on their sinful fellow men as the only' monarchists '; this is real gall such as only these ennobled or even unennobled tapewormsare capable of!

    Mein Kampf

  • Why, they even claimed to have been successful themselves-but what will "monarchists" not do?

    The Experience of An American Soldier in the War of 1812-14

  • Suppose the "monarchists" should again come into national control and pass new

    The United States of America, Part 1

  • The old, evil program of the Northeastern "monarchists" to enrich themselves off the earnings of the agriculturalists was once again in the saddle.


  • Action has also intensified against already banned groups such as monarchists, Bahá'ís and the People's Mujahideen.


  • In the UK there are legions of 'monarchists' who avidly follow every move of the royal family.

    Political Animal

  • It was, in other words, complex enough to offend Communists, monarchists, virtually anyone with an idea about the direction of modern Italian history and culture.

    A Lyric, Elegiac Lament for a Lost World


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