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regalia

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
regaliare‧ga‧li‧a /rɪˈɡeɪliə/ noun [uncountable]  PGODCCtraditional clothes and decorations, used at official ceremonies the royal regalia (=worn by a king or queen) a pipe band in full regalia (=wearing all their traditional clothes, decorations etc)
Examples from the Corpus
regaliaGold and silver have attracted particular attention because they were used to make prestige items such as jewellery and regalia.He did so wearing his coral regalia.Still, no chance of that with a Starfleet commander in full regalia waiting to meet you.Do you want to see me in the full regalia?Campbell, a Cheyenne tribe member, wore full Indian regalia.Now she's back in her official regalia, in all its gleaming purple magnificence.From a side street, police in full riot-proof regalia emerged to split the crowd in two.The room is dimly lit and the regalia are mounted in a centrally placed glass case.Thousands and thousands of fans, all wearing full western regalia.in full regaliaAbout 4,000 people marched along the twisting country road to the site, led by a traditional pipe band in full regalia.Still, no chance of that with a Starfleet commander in full regalia waiting to meet you.
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