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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Two regal stone lions with crowns on their heads sit on either side.
The house, which is featured in more than one architectural book as a gem of Spanish colonial revival design, sits in a gritty area amid other historic buildings, some still regal in their pink, peach, and aquamarine paint.
Opposite sign Aquarius is also a compelling match for regal Leos: While Leo represents the ruler, Aquarius symbolizes the people.
Shakespeare references seem a little out of place on AMC’s zombie drama, even coming from a booming, regal character like Ezekiel.
From quirky Halloween costumes to polished work (and, apparently, regal) get-ups, Zara has come to our rescue in just about every wardrobing situation.
Hue Jackson in London Many of the players, who arrived in London Friday morning after an overnight flight and then practiced at 4 o'clock, decided to stay in at the regal Penny Hill Park resort and Spa instead of heeding the siren call to London.
Mostly, the film serves as an opportunity to savor Dench's regal performance, while highlighting the cruelty of British colonialism and in no small way the cultural rifts and distrust that still linger.
Dramatic lighting gives the entire 10 acre property a particularly regal flair at night.
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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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