dynasty

[ dahy-nuh-stee; British also din-uh-stee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dynasty
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The Tudor dynasty had ended before the Romanoff dynasty began.

His real name was Li, and he belonged to the ruling Tang dynasty.

The Republic could not suffer at their hands; the Republic and the dynasty were impregnable.

Papa will only have to carry himself proudly, as befits the head of a dynasty.

Was it not the bill-posters who caused the downfall of the French dynasty?

To the moderns the Conquest is now little more than a change of dynasty.

To-morrow will be too late if you wish to save your throne and dynasty.

Such was the beginning of the dynasty of the Bourbon in Spain.

But the restoration of the Vyner dynasty was a thing he had never dreamed of.

Since 1299 a French-speaking dynasty, that of Hainault, had ruled Holland.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DYNASTY

administration

nounperiod during which a particular human group is in power
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