the principles of monarchy.
advocacy of rule.
Contemporary Examples

What do we care for Marxism or monarchism, the resurrection of Holy Russia or the Idea of the Common Fate?
This 1979 Novel Predicted Putin’s Invasion Of Crimea Michael Weiss May 17, 2014

Historical Examples

This is one of the too frequent cases where, in our enlightened polity, democracy plays wantonly into the hands of monarchism.
An Ambitious Woman Edgar Fawcett

Then you mean to say that socialism and monarchism do not negative each other?
The Decadent Ralph Adams Cram

I am not referring to monarchism or to a particular dynasty.
The Russian Turmoil Anton Ivanovich Denikin

Will history prove to me that monarchism is not and has not been from the first the bitter enemy of the people?
The Decadent Ralph Adams Cram

Here love of Spartan simplicity, and there of splendour and regality and monarchism?
Cyropaedia Xenophon

Some years ago there was a struggle between republicanism and monarchism on the South African veldt.
The Iron Ration George Abel Schreiner

I deny that socialism is one side of a shield, the other side of which is monarchism.
The Decadent Ralph Adams Cram


from French monarchisme, from monarchie (see monarchy).


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