triumvirate

[ trahy-uhm-ver-it, -vuh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF triumvirate
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They, with Gallatin, formed the triumvirate which ruled the country for sixteen years.

To him there was no Triumvirate: the word had never been mentioned to his ears.

The Third Triumvirate went down to breakfast with small appetite.

The alliance of these three men is called the First Triumvirate.

Meanwhile what were Cæsar's partners in the Triumvirate doing?

When the triumvirate went down, their ways at first lay separate.

A triumvirate of Paredes, Tornel and Valencia was much talked of.

This ministry has therefore been sometimes called The Triumvirate.

He cursed when he remembered the interview with the Danburg triumvirate.

Pompey organised a triumvirate which was to take charge of affairs.

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