antimonarchical

antimonarchical

(ˌæntɪməˈnɑːkɪkəl)
adj
1. opposed to the monarchy
2. opposed to the concept of monarchy
Translations
antimonarchiste
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The military and arch royalists accused them of being antimonarchical communists, and the military, police and right-wing paramilitary forces had Thammasat surrounded.
Russia was part of a series of antimonarchical revolutions on the periphery of European modernity that included 1905, the Iranian Constitutional Revolution of 1906, the Young Turk Revolution of 1908, and China in 1911- This was also the international context in which the Mexican Revolution's overthrow of the Porfiriato, the 35-year rule of Porfirio Diaz, occurred in 1910.
14) The ballads Swinburne chose to edit or imitate dramatize that spirit of antinational, antimonarchical, anti-Protestant resistance, together with the stoic endurance of grim fates suffered by those whose desires for the socially or politically forbidden-including incestuous or adulterous passions-subjected them to retribution.
set him king over thee is interpreted as a positive commandment for the nation to appoint a king, and is obligatory in nature, how could an antimonarchical philosophy have been espoused in the Book of Judges?
Without a monarchical ideal, the Byzantines never needed an antimonarchical ideal.
American resistance before 1775 was not driven by antimonarchical sentiments.
There are also some antimonarchical concepts carried through
In addition, there was an antimonarchical current, but they were not insurmountable difficulties (Dinu, 2007: 222).
Another of Cervantes's recourses to Latin, which is found in Don Quijote's last letter to Governor Sancho, "Plato amicus, sed magis amica veritas" 'Plato is a friend, but a greater friend is the truth," harmonizes perfectly with the antimonarchical neo-Aristotelian melancholy of late Scholastics like Mariana Which is to say that there is something not just "curiously impertinent" about Don Quijote, but that, as per so many of its aspects, such as the lion episode, the aborted nostalgia for Aragon, and the consistent pro-Morisco theme, there is in fact something downright tyrannicidal about the novel.
The victory of the 1979 revolution, a popular, nationwide, antimonarchical uprising with a mixture of republican and Islamic traits, contributed to the establishment of a new revolutionary order in the country.
47) To illustrate, one of the most antimonarchical cultural representations of the Tower, the aforementioned broadside ballad celebrating the life of an executed traitor, "A Lamentable Dittie Composed vpon the Death of Robert Lord Deuereux Late Earle of Essex, Who Was Beheaded in the Tower of London, vpon Ashwednesday in the Morning, 1601" (1603), was republished in 1620, 1625, and 1635--the year of Heywood's first mayoral Show that represented the Tower.
notes the dual strands of monarchical versus antimonarchical traditions in the OT, and its refusal simply to wipe out one or other is obvious.