Recent Examples of palatial from the Web
Woods' arrest took place about 9 miles from his palatial multimillion-dollar estate on Hobe Sound.
SEATTLE (AP) — Inside the suites of Safeco Field are the typical, palatial amenities that come with a premium experience at a ballpark: private entries, leather seats, a food spread with numerous culinary options and drinks galore.
Last decade, many schools went deep into debt to build state-of-the-art classroom buildings, palatial recreation centers and plush dorms to keep up with competitors doing the same thing.
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Origin and Etymology of palatial
Latin palatium palace
First Known Use: circa 1722
PALATIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of palatial for English Language Learners
: very large and impressive : like a palace
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