Senatical

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Senate +‎ -ical

Adjective[edit]

Senatical (not comparable)

  1. Of, by, or pertaining to the Senate of Ancient Rome.
    • 1729: The Craftſman Extraordinary (volume number unknown), “The Riſe, Reign, and Ruin of the Kingly Family of the Stuarts”, page 49
      It is to be obſerved, that what overthrows Monarchy, the ſame overthrows a Senatical Government.

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