Support of or adherence to the principle of rule by a monarch. (noun)
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Use "royalism" in a sentence
"Oh and by the way, if these comments bring you some sort of "royalism" at work, shame on you and your boss."
"That it might have been different can be seen in Israel today, where an unprecedented popular revolt against what FDR called "economic royalism" is shaking the political and economic establishment to its core."
"We'll be all over the service, the procession, the dress, the kiss, the fly-past, the parties – and all the rights and wrongs of royalism and republicanism –right here, all day."