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Definition of the noun royalism
What does royalism mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: royalisms
- adherence or attachment to a monarchy or to the principle of monarchal government
Alternative definition of the noun royalism
- Impassioned allegiance to or advocacy of the establishment, maintenance, and/or interests of a particular king, royal house, or kingly dynasty; sometimes extended to the same of a non-royal (i.e., grand ducal, imperial, or other) family or sovereign; often contrasted with [term, monarchism, lang=en].
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History of the Civil War in Ireland, Containing an Impartial Account of the Proceedings of the Irish Revolutionists, from the Year 1782 Until the Suppression of the Intended Revolution (1805)
To which is Prefixed a Geographical and Historical Account of Ireland by James Gordon
Of the " Press,"—' which w as conducted in a style of superior energy and elegance, and with less violence, yet with so much intemperance as to accelerate its ruin, together with a rigid restriction of news-paper publications ;-— To give some idea of this paper, the following extract is presented : " The rule of right, is a rule that in mo- " rals should never vary ; but in these king- " doms to preach up royalism is the best rule ; " and the wisdom of Government protects " those who embrace ...
Discours sur la situation intérieure et extérieure de la République. Trial of Messrs. Pitt, George, and Co. The Speech of Boissy d'Anglas in the sitting of the sixth Fructidor, on the political situation of Europe. Copied from the Paris Moniteur, etc (1795)
by François-Antoine comte de Boissy d'Anglas
Royalism is a criminal, degraded, and execrable faction ; it is divided in its view, and uncertain in its proceedings; it can no longer attack us by indirect means, or strengthen itself by those it has already employed. The vigilance of government ought now to extend to its secret manœuvres, to unravel its plots, to punish its chiefs, and repel its aggressions. - There is another faction, not less odious, which regrets and wishes - to reestablish the frightful reign of Robespierre. It unites itself to ...
the 2d edition by James Bentley Gordon
" The rule of right is a rule that in morals " should never vary; but in these kingdoms to " preach up royalism is the best rule ; and the wisdom of government protects those who " embrace this right side of the question, while " it punishes with equal rectitude those who ...
by Geoffrey Treasure, Ian Dawson
Aelfric's thoroughgoing royalism is a further illustration of the close connections between the reforming churchmen of the tenth century and the royal house.
by James Panton
Royalism, Print and Censorship in Revolutionary England. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell, 2007. ———. Royalists and Royalism during the English Civil Wars. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
by Christopher Haigh
Engagement and Scottish royalism Engagement was 1647 ...
by Random House
onanism, optimism, organism, ostracism, pacifism, paganism, pantheism, paroxysm, Parseeism, pauperism, pessimism, pietism, plagiarism, Platon- ism, pluralism, pointillism, populism, pragmatism, prognathism, prosaism, pugilism, pyrrhonism, Quakerism, quietism, quixotism, Rabbinism, racialism, realism, regalism, rheumatism, Romanism, rowdyism, royalism, rural- ism, satanism, Saxonism, schematism, scientism, Semitism, Shakerism, shamanism, Shintoism, sigmatism, Sinicism, ...
by William Chambers
- royalism, roy'al- izm, n., attachment to kings or to the principles of kingly government. royalist, roy' al-ist, n., ...
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Scrabble value of R1O1Y4A1L1I1S1M3
The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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