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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Charlayne Woodard grows in emotional power as Gertrude begins to understand her own culpability in her son’s nervous breakdown, but her regal grace is at odds with the jaded sneer of Rankin’s Ophelia.
The design team also restored simple but attractively-geometric stained glass windows and repainted the exterior, once a bland beige and brown, a regal dark green and gold.
As Thrones costume designer Michele Clapton pointed out to Vanity Fair last year, Cersei’s new regal wardrobe is a nod to the Lannister men in her life.
Tea and scones were delivered to our room, and breakfast was served in the regal dining room.
Steak & Whisky Hermosa Beach, $$$$ This pier-adjacent chophouse is Tin Vuong’s (Little Sister) most regal project yet.
John (Ray) Proctor brings a sense of regal authority as Alonso, the king of Naples, but the deeper exploration of his sense of grief and guilt go mostly untapped.
Alas, that was not the case, and the floral Zara made way for the regal, traditional McQueen.
But for Something to Tell You, their sense of sanctuary is pierced by newly activist production: helium-huffing vocal manipulation, sci-fi drum panning, regal string sections.
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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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: of, relating to, or suitable for a king or queen
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