noun, plural dy·ar·chies.
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OTHER WORDS FROM dyarchydy·ar·chic, dy·ar·chi·cal, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for dyarchy
The designation suited the early years of the Empire, in which a dyarchy of princeps and senate had been maintained.
The old dyarchy, under which the emperor might still be regarded as an official Development under Diocletian and Constantine.
As one Provincial Governor remarked to me, "We are in reality skipping the dyarchy stage."India, Old and New|Sir Valentine Chirol