Recent Examples of scepter from the Web
Doe was laid to rest in a white costume with a silver crown and scepter; more than 5,000 people came to pay their respects.
The proper symbol of FDR’s imperial presidency wouldn’t be a ball and scepter but a carrot and a stick.
Display cases include brooches, pins, medals, scepters, tiaras and crowns, chockablock with rhinestones of varied colors.
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Definition of scepter
First Known Use of scepter
SCEPTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scepter for English Language Learners
: a long decorated stick that is carried by a king or queen
SCEPTER Defined for Kids
Definition of scepter for Students
- a royal scepter
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