Examples of regal in a Sentence
the actress's regal bearing makes her a perfect choice to play royalty on the screen
envisioned a regal wedding with hundreds of guests, a full choir, and a reception at the fanciest hotel in town
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Then there was Sarah Paulson who appeared positively regal while reclining on a couch in a Calvin Klein look.
That vehicle through which so many Netflix subscribers have accessed Claire Foy’s pristinely regal talents.
Successful hosts are fans themselves, perhaps more informed than the average bleacher creature but no more regal.
This song is also just damn good, dark and brooding with the kind of spiritual overtones that makes any song sound regal.
Salma Hayek, François Pinault François Henry Pinault’s French luxury company Kering is one of the primary backers of the Cannes Film Festival—which makes the businessman and wife Salma Hayek almost regal fixtures at the festival each year.
The Duchess of Cambridge hopped off the plane in New Zealand debuting a more regal style and an adorable Prince George.
There is no better way to describe designer L'Wren Scott at the Barneys New York A New Foundation cocktail event than positively regal.
Today, Camille is 5-foot-10, not accounting for heels and a regal puff, which easily puts over over six feet.
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Synonymskingly, monarchal (or monarchial), princely, queenly, monarchical, royal
Antonymshumble, unheroic, unimposing, unimpressive
Related Wordsaristocratic, baronial, imperial, lordly, noble, patrician; grandiose, heroic (also heroical), imposing, magnificent, majestic, monumental, splendid, stately
Near Antonymslowly, modest, unprepossessing; average, common, mediocre, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, second-rate; abject, mean, meretricious, shabby, sordid; insignificant, measly, paltry, petty, puny, trifling, trivial
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