Definition Of monach
a sovereign head of state, especially a king, queen, or emperor.
Since then I have described the Queen as our monarch or sovereign, and the governor-general as our head of state.
Example Of monach
Also, he was uncomfortable with formality, dignity or the symbolic and monarchic aspects of the Presidency.
Although politically unified since the reign of the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel in the late fifteenth century, Spain continues to be divided by regional loyalties.
And while the liberal-nationalist élites were still active, their campaigns would be cut off by governments in defence of the monarchical principle.
Being a constitutional monarch , the Queen consistently follows the recommendation of the head of government as required.
Centuries after the city famously locked out the reigning monarch King Charles I, it was a time to forgive and forget.