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Related to monarchical: monarchy
1. One who reigns over a state or territory, usually for life and by hereditary right, especially:
a. A sole and absolute ruler.
b. A sovereign, such as a king or empress, often with constitutionally limited authority: a constitutional monarch.
2. One that commands or rules: "I am monarch of all I survey" (William Cowper).
3. One that surpasses others in power or preeminence: "Mont Blanc is the monarch of the mountains" (Byron).
4. A monarch butterfly.
[Middle English monarke, from Old French monarque, from Late Latin monarcha, from Greek monarkhos : mono-, mono- + arkhein, to rule.]
mo·nar′chal (mə-när′kəl), mo·nar′chic (-kĭk), mo·nar′chi·cal (-kĭ-kəl) adj.
mo·nar′chal·ly, mo·nar′chi·cal·ly adv.
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mo•nar•chi•cal(məˈnɑr kɪ kəl)
of, pertaining to, or favoring a monarch or monarchy.
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|Adj.||1.||monarchical - having the characteristics of or befitting or worthy of a monarch; "monarchical gestures"; "monarchal pomp"|
noble - of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times; "of noble birth"
|2.||monarchical - ruled by or having the supreme power resting with a monarch; "monarchal government"; "monarchical systems"|
undemocratic - not in agreement with or according to democratic doctrine or practice or ideals; "the union broke with its past undemocratic procedures"
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monarchical[mɒˈnɑːkɪkəl] ADJ → monárquico
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