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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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.
Meanwhile, Elie Saab went all-out Game of Thrones with brocade jackets and regal velvet dresses paired with wrap-around headbands and flowing locks.
There were shawls fit for a Stark, draped gowns Daenerys Targaryen might've worn, gilded accents that match Cersei Lannister's new regal look as Queen, and blood-red pieces that fit right in with Melisandre's aesthetic.
If that wasn’t regal enough, JAY-Z may have named his son after one of his favorite rappers.
Pain, compassion and regal authority are there in his gaze, riveting the attention and engaging audience sympathies.
With a flick of Taba’s whip, the regal beasts sit, jump from stool to stool, lie down side by side, roll over one after the other.
In addition to wearing a crown, each member of the royal court wins a regal gift basket.
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Definition of regal for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or suitable for a king or queen
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