noun Date: 1838 monarchical government or principles • monarchist noun or adjective

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  • monarchism — (n.) from Fr. monarchisme, from monarchie (see MONARCHY (Cf. monarchy)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • monarchism — ► NOUN ▪ support for the principle of monarchy. DERIVATIVES monarchist noun & adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • monarchism — [män′ər kiz΄əm, män′ärkiz΄əm] n. [Fr monarchisme] monarchical principles or the advocacy of these monarchist n., adj. monarchistic adj …   English World dictionary

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  • Monarchism —    Writing in 1928 about the November Revolution,* August Winnig* stated that when the Republic took the place of the Monarchy, nobody opposed the Republic in order to die for the Monarchy (Von Klemperer). Despite a mythology regarding the… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • monarchism — monarchist, n., adj. monarchistic, adj. /mon euhr kiz euhm/, n. 1. the principles of monarchy. 2. advocacy of monarchical rule. [1830 40; MONARCH(Y) + ISM; cf. F monarchisme, G Monarchismus] * * * …   Universalium

  • monarchism — noun a) Rule by a monarchy b) The advocacy of such a political system …   Wiktionary

  • monarchism — Synonyms and related words: Bourbonism, Nazism, Toryism, backwardness, centralism, collectivism, communism, conservatism, conservativeness, constitutionalism, democratism, die hardism, extreme right, extreme right wing, extreme rightism, fascism …   Moby Thesaurus

  • monarchism — mon·arch·ism || mÉ‘nÉ™(r)kɪzÉ™m / mÉ’ n. principles or advocacy of monarchy …   English contemporary dictionary

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