antiroyal

antiroyal

(ˌæntɪˈrɔɪəl)
adj
opposed to the monarchy
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The tenth-century Carmen de sancto Landberto offers an even more pointed antiroyal stance: Lambert was offended by the king's illicit affair with Dodo's sister; Dodo, who benefited from his sister's relationship, plotted Lambert's murder with the king's sanction.
As far as I'm concerned, the talented Mr Brooker's characteristically angry antiroyal rant is a rare highlight.
You have had many letters complaining about the antiRoyal and antiChristian remarks of Dan O'Neill, but they still continue.
Deuteronomy 17:14ff, texts which exhibit "the antiroyal strand of
The punk legends, led by John Lydon, formerly Johnny Rotten, hope to top the charts with antiroyal rant God Save The Queen for Golden Jubilee week.
But, apart from indicating that antiroyal sentiment was on the rise, which we already knew; and that sedition was intended to improve the king's performance, not tear down the monarchy, which was characteristic of most other known instances of sedition; what more do these cases tell us about the longue duree?