What is another word for triumvirate?

Pronunciation: [tɹa͡ɪˈʌmvɪɹˌe͡ɪt] (IPA)

A triumvirate is a group of three people who work together to achieve a common goal or objective. Synonyms for this word include triumvir, trinity, troika, trio, triplet, triad, triumvirate of power, and threesome. Some other related words might include coalition, alliance, partnership, collaboration, teamwork, and joint effort. These words all imply a group of individuals working together in some capacity, whether it is in politics, business, or other areas of life. A triumvirate can be a powerful force when working towards a shared objective, but it can also be a fragile one if the individuals within it don't have the necessary trust and respect for one another.

What are the hypernyms for Triumvirate?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • hypernyms for triumvirate (as nouns)

What are the hyponyms for Triumvirate?

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Usage examples for Triumvirate

Hume was one of the triumvirate who produced the recognised masterpieces of contemporary literature.
"English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century"
Leslie Stephen
An election law bore his name-and his adversaries gave insistent warning that it surrendered the state, bound hand and foot, to a triumvirate of his own choosing.
"The Tempering"
Charles Neville Buck
"I had hoped against hope," he was indignantly asserting, "that when the man's own hand-made triumvirate denied him endorsement, he would end his reign of terror and acknowledge defeat."
"The Tempering"
Charles Neville Buck

Famous quotes with Triumvirate

  • Of the Beat triumvirate, Kerouac was probably both the most pathetic and least noxious. Psychologically, he was a mess—as indeed were Ginsberg and Burroughs. But, unlike them, Kerouac lacked the knack of sanctifying his pathologies and inducing others to bow down in obeisance.
    Jack Kerouac
  • I want to thank Sian [Berry, Green Party] and Lindsey [German, Left List] and Alan [Craig, Christian Peoples Party] and Gerard [Batten, UKIP], who have sometimes joined us for hustings, but mainly I want to thank my two colleagues in the strange triumvirate who have been trundling around London's church halls and TV studios violently disputing the meaning of multiculturalism and the exact cost of conductors. On which point I think I'm going to declare victory.
    Boris Johnson

Similar words: trio, trio card games, three-way

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