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Use "republick" in a sentence
"Neither monarchy nor aristocracy would have fitted the case, and the word republick itself would have been exposed to uncertainties, with which the word state is not chargeable; because it has been applied to governments discordant with those which were established by our revolution."
"Ames, however, made a preemptive strike, cleverly portraying the “so much condemned” Senate as a critical component of the “federal republick” created by the Constitution, an institution that assured the continued existence of states and served as a barrier to “consolidation.”"
"Johnson thus expounds it, and adds, that it implies a republick, or a government not monarchical."