monarchist : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an advocate of the principles of monarchy
- The Republicans, Liberals, Socialists and Reds opened an all-along-the-line attack against the monarchist drive, arguing the effect of a monarchist revival on French policy and .
- Nor would monarchist ire be allayed by the sop that imperial uniforms might still be worn by veterans at anniversary reunions and at the private burial of comrades,.
- Flags were few, apparently because the celebration did not call for the monarchist emblem.
News & Articles
- Prince George's birth celebrated, analyzed
Gareth Wade is a member of the British-American Business Council of the Pacific Northwest. The Lynnwood resident, who considers himself a monarchist, is thrilled with news of the royal baby's arrival.
Aug. 5, 2013 - Everett Herald
- Peter Costello in Sydney Morning Herald
The membership of the party would still be predominantly monarchist,Mr Costello said. "I thought the Liberal Party should have handled this while in government. It will be much harder in Opposition."
- Tim Wu in New York Times
To love Google, you have to be a little bit of a monarchist, you have to have faith in the way people traditionally felt about the king,Tim Wu, a Columbia law professor and a former scholar in residence at Google, told me recently. "One...
- Ali Larijani in Xinhua
Larijani said, "An unidentified monarchist group controlled by CIA issued a statement which claimed responsibility for Tuesday terrorist attack in Tehran against an Iranian leading physicist scientist," the report said.