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noun as in ruler

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The extra efficiency that comes from the ground effect will enable the Viceroy to go fully electric while still being able to carry 12 passengers roughly 180 miles at speeds of up to 180mph.

The El Chapo strategy was to take out the Mexican police commanders who protected The Viceroy in Juárez, according to Esparza.

Each day he was sending serenely confident telegrams to Calcutta and receiving equally reassuring ones from a fatuous Viceroy.

The Viceroy sent orders to the military at Pasco to attend to my call, and told me he would send whatever troops I wished with me.

When the war with Austria was imminent Napoleon sent him to Italy to command the cavalry of the viceroy's army.

It was absurd to imagine that such a prince would be a mere viceroy of France.

The viceroy of a great province, he causes the laws to be observed and morality to flourish; disgraced and poor, he teaches them.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to viceroy, such as: governor, nabob, representative, and satrap.

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