Definition of Diarchies

1. Noun. (plural of diarchy) ¹



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Definition of Diarchies

1. diarchy [n] - See also: diarchy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diarchies

diaplexus
diapnoic
diapolycopene
diapophyses
diapophysical
diapophysis
diapositive
diapositives
diapsid
diapsid reptile
diapsids
diapycnal
diarch
diarchal
diarchic
diarchies (current term)
diarchy
diareses
diaresis
diarginate
diarial
diarian
diaries
diarise
diarised
diarises
diarising
diarist
diaristic
diaristically

Literary usage of Diarchies

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1. The History of the Christian Church: From the Birth of Christ to the by William Jones (1819)
"They speak against consecrating diarchies, churchyards, and other things of the like nature, declaring that it was the invention of covetous priests, ..."

2. The Influence of Anthropology on the Course of Political Science by John Linton Myres (1916)
"... naturally devolves the command into the king's sole authority.-" Here, at all events, is a quite unmistakable sketch of the characteristic diarchies of ..."

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