scepter

Part of speech: verb

To invest with royal power.

Part of speech: noun

An ornamental staff as the emblem of sovereignty; kingly office or power.

Part of speech: adjective

Sceptered, sceptred.

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Usage examples "scepter":

  1. Hah- a Crown- and Scepter! - "The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. I (of 6)", Aphra Behn.
  2. The girl believed that she understood better than he the instinct which was prompting him to deliver over the scepter which he had treasured for so long. - "Joan of Arc of the North Woods", Holman Day.
  3. The Sovereign Will which sways the scepter of that invisible empire must be granted a right of freedom- that freedom which by putting it into our wills He surely teaches us to honor in His. - "Natural Law in the Spiritual World", Henry Drummond.