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of, like, or pertaining to a or .
characterized by or favoring .
Contemporary Examples

The 18th century Americans shared the hierarchical and monarchical values of their insular compatriots.
David’s Book Club: The Radicalism of the American Revolution & The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin David Frum February 26, 2012

Historical Examples

She had her consuls, an ill-imagined substitute for monarchical power.
Four Early Pamphlets William Godwin

At first the romantic movement was Christian and monarchical.
A History of French Literature Edward Dowden

Jefferson calls the Federalists “an Anglican, monarchical & aristocratical party.”
The Life of John Marshall (Volume 2 of 4) Albert J. Beveridge

All true and right government is monarchical, and of the head.
On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2) John Ruskin

It had pronounced all such institutions to be dangerous, anti-republican and monarchical.
The Works of Daniel Webster, Volume 1 Daniel Webster

It has been the fundamental principle of all monarchical government.
Society Henry Kalloch Rowe

The State is either monarchical, or, if it is not monarchical, it is no State.
The life and teaching of Karl Marx M. Beer

These states were to be, according to their choice, monarchical or republican.
Henry IV, Makers of History John S. C. Abbott

Neither lot nor vote has any place in monarchical government.
The Social Contract & Discourses Jean-Jacques Rousseau


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