Monck [ muhngk ] SHOW IPA / mʌŋk / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun Sir Charles Stanley, , 1819–94, 4th Viscount Monck, 1st Baron Monck British colonial administrator, born in Ireland: governor general of Canada 1861–68. Also . Monk George, , 1608–70, 1st Duke of Albermarle and Earl of Torrington English general.
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How to use Monck in a sentence Monck Mason seems to have had the clearest notion of the requirements of the passage.
Monck, born near Torrington in 1608, distinguished himself both by land and sea.
And in consequence and for all time the youngest subaltern in the mess had become
Monck's devoted adherent. Monck blew forth a cloud of smoke and laughed in his brief, rather grudging way. British Dictionary definitions for Monck noun George. 1st Duke of Albemarle. 1608–70, English general. In the Civil War he was a Royalist until captured (1644) and persuaded to support the Commonwealth. After Cromwell's death he was instrumental in the restoration of Charles II (1660)
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