Definition of monarchic in US English:



  • See monarch

    • ‘The plan, according to the Lieutenant General in Naples, was to ‘establish monarchic authority, morality, and good sense in Naples and Sicily’.’
    • ‘For several centuries until the end of monarchic historical Armenia in 1045 and Cilicia in 1375, there were aristocratic noble houses with their respective court-related responsibilities.’
    • ‘The sceptre is believed to be a symbol for a monarchic or theocratic order, or a combination of the two.’
    • ‘As Dickens perceived it, the root cause of the French Revolution lay in an abuse of monarchic and aristocratic power in the eighteenth century.’
    • ‘Also, he was uncomfortable with formality, dignity or the symbolic and monarchic aspects of the Presidency.’