Definition of Regencies

1. Noun. (plural of regency) ¹



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Definition of Regencies

1. regency [n] - See also: regency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regencies

regd
regear
regeared
regearing
regears
regel
regelate
regelated
regelates
regelating
regelation
regelations
regen
regence
regences
regencies (current term)
regency
regender
regendered
regendering
regenders
regened
regenerable
regeneracies
regeneracy
regeneratable
regenerate
regenerated
regenerately
regenerateness

Literary usage of Regencies

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1. A Short Constitutional History of England by Henry St. Clair Feilden (1895)
"i rogatives of regencies, which are a natural sequence of hereditary ... Instances of regencies in English history are— (1) In 1190 Richard 1 before leaving ..."

2. A Short Constitutional History of England by Henry St. Clair Feilden (1895)
"rogatives of regencies, which are a natural sequence of hereditary regencies, kingship, may be rendered necessary, (i) by the infancy; (2) illness; ..."

3. A Short Constitutional History of England by H. St. Clair Feilden (1895)
"Instances of regencies in English history are— (1) In 1190 Richard 1 before leaving England appointed the Chancellor, William Longchamp, Guardian of the ..."

4. Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1901)
"Subject to the supervision of these European officers the administration is carried on by native functionaries—regents at the head of the regencies ..."

5. The Diplomacy of the United States: Being an Account of the Foreign by Theodore Lyman (1828)
"... to piracies—Remarkable sea—Celebrated in all ages—Power of corsairs diminished—Once very great—No proper diplomatic intercourse—regencies dependent in a ..."

6. The Diplomacy of the United States: Being an Account of the Foreign by Theodore Lyman (1828)
"... piracies—Remarkable sea—Celebrated in all ages—Power of cor- . sain diminished—Once very great—No proper diplomatic intercourse—regencies dependent in a ..."

7. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1814)
"... to the regencies of Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoly ; or, from the meridian of Siga, ... regencies ..."

8. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1837)
"regencies.— Instances of them enumerated. — Pretensions of the House of York, and War of the Roses.— Edward IV. — Conclusion. ..."

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