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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishregalre‧gal /ˈriːɡəl/ adjective formal  IMPRESStypical of a king or queen, suitable for a king or queen, or similar to a king or queen in behaviour, looks etc a ceremony of regal splendour James watched with regal detachment.regally adverb
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regalYet Zeus was always more passionate than regal.She is depicted as regal, beautiful, smart and successful.Jones watched, arms folded, with regal detachmentJulius Caesar favoured a traditional style of portrait, but used his image in a regal manner that traditionalists found offensive.There are many spaces on the form, but Miss Abbot dismisses most with a regal wave of her hand.
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