Definition of Omniarchs
1. omniarch [n] - See also: omniarch
Lexicographical Neighbors of Omniarchs
Literary usage of Omniarchs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Socialism: New and Old by William Graham (1895)
"The"omniarchs,"as Fourier and Leroy-Beaulieu call them, would have much depend ing on them: it would be wisdom on the p.irt of the many to let them have a ..."
2. Spiritual Magazine (1867)
"They haven't the least objection to becoming " Patriarchs," or " omniarchs," for the sake of the world 1 Does any one pretend to say that such moon-struck ..."
3. Life and Writings of Joseph Mazzini by Giuseppe Mazzini (1891)
"... of government: his omniarchs, his kings, his emperors, his goddesses, * are mere phantoms — a simple satisfaction given to the passion of ambition. ..."
4. The Coöperative Commonwealth in Its Outlines: An Exposition of Modern Socialism by Laurence Gronlund (1884)
"The "omniarchs," as Fourier and Leroy-Beaulieu call them, would have much depending on them: it would be wisdom on the part of the many to let them have a ..."
5. The Passions of the Human Soul by Charles Fourier, John Reynell Morell, Hugh Doherty (1851)
"... it will have as its ultimate focus a couple of passional omniarchs, who bear the title of the seventeenth degree among the characters. ..."