Definition of Parliamentary monarchy

1. Noun. A monarchy having a parliament.

Generic synonyms: Monarchy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parliamentary Monarchy

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parleyvooing
parleyvoos
parlez vous
parlez voused
parlez vouses
parlez vousing
parliament
parliamental
parliamentarian
parliamentarily
parliamentary
parliamentary agent
parliamentary democracy
parliamentary law
parliamentary monarchy (current term)
parliamentary procedure
parliamentlike
parliaments
parlies
parling
parlor
parlor-game
parlor-games
parlor car
parlor game
parlor grand
parlor grand piano
parlormaid
parlormaids

Literary usage of Parliamentary monarchy

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Introduction to the Problem of Government by Westel Woodbury Willoughby, Lindsay Rogers (1921)
"... should play in the modern constitutional State. "Who forms public opinion?" he asks. "In a democracy and a parliamentary monarchy (such as exists in ..."

2. Prussian Political Philosophy: Its Principles and Implications by Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1918)
""In a democracy and a parliamentary monarchy (such as exists in England), ... In parliamentary monarchy the influence of the monarch is as a matter of fact ..."

3. Prussian Political Philosophy: Its Principles and Implications by Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1918)
""In a democracy and a parliamentary monarchy (such as exists in England), ... In parliamentary monarchy the influence of the monarch is as a matter of fact ..."

4. Problems of Readjustment After the War by Albert Bushnell Hart, Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman, Franklin Henry Giddings, Westel Woodbury Willoughby, George Grafton Wilson, Emory Richard Johnson, Caspar Frederick Goodrich (1915)
"In democracy and parliamentary monarchy [England] it is created ... In parliamentary monarchy the influence of the monarch is as a matter of fact so far ..."

5. The English Constitution by Emile Gaston Boutmy, Frederick Pollock (1891)
"Again it was owing to these events that the monarchy took the form of a parliamentary monarchy, that is to say, that in matters ..."

6. The Dread of Responsibility by Emile Faguet (1914)
"mentary monarchy in a consultative fashion, as was the monarchy of the old regime), should we have recourse to a strictly parliamentary monarchy, monarchy, ..."

7. The Growth of British Policy: An Historical Essay by John Robert Seeley (1895)
"... the fall of the Fronde Charles and James would be led to think of establishing rather an absolute and military than a parliamentary monarchy in England. ..."

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