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regal

1
of, relating to, or befitting a king or queen; royal

regal

2
a portable organ equipped only with small reed pipes, popular from the 15th century and recently revived for modern performance
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King and queen for the day: couples will be able to sit regally on thrones framed by dramatic velvet drapes and positioned in front of ancient leaded windows
From exact George matches to regally influenced toys, we are feeling noble!
Hosting the show for the fourth time Ricky Gervais, who, we were promised, would bring his much-lauded "edge" to the proceedings, couldn't even be bothered to wear a tie (or quite possibly, take a shower), let alone write some actual jokes that weren't of the British "oooh, look, it's a boy in a dress" variety (poor Eddie Redmayne and Jeffrey Tambor, who both ultimately losers in the Best Actor category for their performances in dramatic motion picture The Danish Girl and TV's Transparent, respectively) who managed to keep their composure by looking utterly, even regally, unamused).
I was so delighted and thrilled to see, Her arrive at the Olympic Park very regally, After two parachutes had fallen from the sky, You could hear a pin drop and many a sigh.
OF COURSE we've every right to be regally pissed off at China and register our outrage in the most vociferous ways.
On song after song, Manowar rocks out in a regally classic manner, with crushing guitars, thunderous percussion and soaring vocals.
The creative villagers have also created papier-mch crowns which sit proudly on top of every street sign, and which rest regally on poles in people's gardens.
Regally Ready, Addictive Dream and Monsieur Joe jumped out to the early lead, only to fade down the stretch in the 1,000-meter turf race.
BEYOND AUTUMN The sun is going down behind the half remembered days, Rising regally in splendid mist strewn ways.
Sometimes, regally, with the conviction of a feminist, she
Regally bred, the Cheveley Park Stud-owned filly is by Group One winner Medicean and a first foal out of Prescott's 1000 Guineas runner-up and French Oaks winner Confidential Lady.
And popes, regally ensconced in all manner of safe pomp and circumstance, definitely profit from the protection of various military forces that maintain a semblance of law and order on Earth.