regal

Part of speech: adverb

REGALLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Belonging to or fit for a king; royal.

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Usage examples "regal":

  1. It was three years before this great house, with its surroundings, was finished, and ready for the ex- king's residence; and when at last he went there, he lived in ex- regal style. - "Stories of New Jersey", Frank Richard Stockton.
  2. She stood erect, but it was by the help of her grasp on the balustrade; and though her diamonds shone and her whole appearance in her sweeping dinner- dress was almost regal, there was mortal apprehension in her eye and a passion of inquiry in her whole attitude which I was glad her husband was not there to see. - "The Mayor's Wife", Anna Katherine Green.
  3. He is in love with this regal creature, then? - "Washington Square", Henry James.