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used in The Magic Mountain

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a government or country ruled by a king of queen; or the ruling family of such a country
  • Yet there was much to be done before total victory, and great and noble efforts would have to be made by those to whom the light had been passed on, if that day were ever to come when monarchies and religions would at last collapse in those European nations that, truth to tell, had experienced neither an eighteenth century nor a 1789.
    4.9 - Growing Anxiety / Two Grandfathers and a Twilight Boat Ride (82% in)
  • His zeal lifted him to the world of high politics; his eye sweeping here and there, he appraised the chances revolutionary republican ideas might have in his own land, in Spain, in Portugal—and claimed to be in contact with persons who stood at the top of the Grand Lodge in that last-named monarchy.
    6.8 - A Good Soldier (47% in)
  • Russia is working feverishly for it, and the arrow of the coalition is pointed at the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, without whose breakup Russia cannot accomplish a single one of its goals.
    7.6 - The Great Stupor (79% in)
  • One was compelled, certainly, to see the Church's hierarchy as a force for freedom, since it formed a barrier against absolute monarchy.
    7.9 - The Great Petulance (56% in)

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