Thesaurus / monarchical

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Furthermore our government felt seriously concerned about the European monarchical schemes.

Popular government, therefore, is in itself iniquitous, and less abominable than monarchical despotism.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 4 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

No form of government, monarchical or republican, concentrated or diffused, suffices to maintain a church.

But under the cloak of legitimacy the monarchical Powers harboured their own selfish designs.

She is willing to morally damn herself for purposes of monarchical intrigue, in order to supplant us.

I dare say that a majority of its reading public, at any time, would have preferred a monarchical system and a hierarchy of rank.

There can be no doubt that the monarchical principle, as we understand it, makes rapid progress in Russia.

Russian Life To-dayRight Rev. Herbert Bury

The rgale, however, was and is still maintained as a right in France whether it happens to be monarchical or republican.

The Jesuits, 1534-1921Thomas J. Campbell

They thus uphold a sort of monarchical right in the territory and prevent, if possible, the success of the lesser attraction.

Luther's political ideas were bounded by the horizon of the monarchical absolutism under which he lived.

The History of FreedomJohn Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

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