dynasties

[ dahy-nuh-stee; British also din-uh-stee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dynasties
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But under the last two dynasties his gospel came to be more and more neglected.

What an emblem, to my thinking, were they both of the dynasties they represented!

She, too, had found it hard to hold her attention to the Thirty-one Dynasties.

These are the chief gods of the old kingdom—that is to say, of the first six dynasties.

All other declarations prior to this were but for dynasties, or were ethnic at most.

Dynasties may come,” he said, “and dynasties may go; but I find one always dines.

A homely utterance, but it has virtue to overthrow all dynasties and hierarchies.

Two dynasties had fallen before the uprising of this fierce democracy.

After the nations had been moulded, their monarchies and dynasties were established.

All the dynasties of Egypt could not shape the scale on a moth's wing.

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