Words nearby matriarchy
How to use matriarchy in a sentence
Mellaart went far beyond Frazer’s and Graves’ claims about goddess worship by suggesting Çatalhöyük was an ancient matriarchy where women ruled over men.What archaeologists got wrong about female statues, goddesses, and fertility|Annalee Newitz|February 10, 2021|Popular-Science
It is a vast conspiracy that is working tirelessly to build a Matriarchy to enslave men.
Descent was matrilinear, and a society known as matriarchy existed, as contrasted to the later patriarchy.
Patriarchy succeeded matriarchy, but whether as a gradual evolution or otherwise is not clear.
The people seem to be in a transition state between Patriarchy and Matriarchy.Savage Island|Basil C. Thomson
It would appear that with the aforementioned rise of matriarchy this state of affairs is changing.
With the development of civilization we find that adaptation tends to take the form of matriarchy, as in the United States.
British Dictionary definitions for matriarchy
Cultural definitions for matriarchy
A family or society in which authority is held by females, through whom descent and inheritance are traced. More generally, a matriarchy is a society dominated by women. (See also matrilineal, patriarchy, and patrilineal.)