royalism

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Royal + -ism.

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Noun[edit]

royalism (countable and uncountable, plural royalisms)

  1. Impassioned allegiance to or advocacy of the establishment, maintenance, and/or interests of a particular king, royal house, or kingly dynasty; sometimes extended to the same of a non-royal (i.e., grand ducal, imperial, or other) family or sovereign; often contrasted with monarchism.