Successful politicians seek to marry a triumvirate of charisma, certitude, and leadership.
Beyond this triumvirate I struggle to recall something or someone truly remarkable.
One of the triumvirate of our early literature was gone, and two remained to foresee their own future in the honors paid to him.
They, with Gallatin, formed the triumvirate which ruled the country for sixteen years.
Hence her urgings, which made a triumvirate out of the council of two, with Brookes Ormsby as the third member.
To him there was no triumvirate: the word had never been mentioned to his ears.
The alliance of these three men is called the First triumvirate.
Meanwhile what were Cæsar's partners in the triumvirate doing?
Then came three thuds on the floor by the window-seat, and the triumvirate stood facing him in varying stages of confusion.
When the triumvirate went down, their ways at first lay separate.