[mon-er-kiz-uh m]

Origin of monarchism

1830–40; monarch(y) + -ism; compare French monarchisme, German Monarchismus
Related formsmon·ar·chist, noun, adjectivemon·ar·chist·ic, adjectivean·ti·mon·ar·chism, nounan·ti·mon·ar·chist, noun, adjectivean·ti·mon·ar·chis·tic, adjectivenon·mon·ar·chist, nounnon·mon·ar·chis·tic, adjectivepro·mon·ar·chist, noun, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for monarchism

Contemporary Examples of monarchism

Historical Examples of monarchism

  • Here love of Spartan simplicity, and there of splendour and regality and monarchism?



  • I am not referring to Monarchism or to a particular dynasty.

    The Russian Turmoil

    Anton Ivanovich Denikin

  • Then you mean to say that socialism and monarchism do not negative each other?

    The Decadent

    Ralph Adams Cram

  • I deny that socialism is one side of a shield, the other side of which is monarchism.

    The Decadent

    Ralph Adams Cram

  • This is one of the too frequent cases where, in our enlightened polity, democracy plays wantonly into the hands of monarchism.

    An Ambitious Woman

    Edgar Fawcett

Word Origin and History for monarchism

from French monarchisme, from monarchie (see monarchy).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper