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antimonarchist

Syllabification: an·ti·mon·ar·chist
Pronunciation: /ˌantēˈmänərkist, ˌantī-
 
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Definition of antimonarchist in English:

noun

An opponent of monarchy.
Example sentences
  • If this response is anything to go by, despite the anti-monarchist stance that apparently several MPs have, the monarchy, at least at the time being, seems as secure as it always was.
  • If there's one thing worse than a monarchist it's an anti-monarchist.
  • The visage of the British king, who provided so much useful ammunition to anti-monarchists in the early nineteenth century, appears a few times, in fact, in the more obscure allegorical pictures.

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