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- adv. In the manner of a duke; in a way that befits a duke.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In the manner of a duke, or in a manner becoming the rank of a duke.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- After the manner of a duke; with a duke or a ducal family: as, ducally connected.
Mr. Gross has adopted as a factory mark his family crest, a falcon rising ducally gorged, which is printed on each piece in black.
Crest, on a mount vert, a wyvern ppr. ducally gorged, and lined or.
These have been used as the royal supporters ever since their first adoption, with but one exception, and that is in the seal of the Exchequer, time of Charles I., where the supporters are an antelope and stag, both ducally collared and chained.
He had, however, just lunched ducally; and he was in a vainglorious mood, ready to face anything female.
The grounds surrounding the American palace are not often large, and not often beautiful, but in the Melbourne case the grounds are often ducally spacious, and the climate and the gardeners together make them as beautiful as a dream.
_; Supporters -- _Two lions ramp.guard. arg., ducally gorged or_.
RICHARD II. to THOMAS MOWBRAY, Earl Marshal, and now borne by the Duke of NORFOLK, is _a lion statant guardant, his tail extended or, and ducally gorged arg. _: the PERCY lion is _statant, his tail extended or_: each lion stands upon a chapeau.
He found one or two other trifles of a similar nature; one was an ill-done miniature set in silver, and bearing at the back sundry half - effaced letters, which Brandon construed at once (though no other eye could) into "Sir John Brandon, 1635, AEtat. 28;" the other was a seal stamped with the noble crest of the house of Brandon, 'A bull's head, ducally crowned and armed, Or. '
Brandon, 'A bull's head, ducally crowned and armed, Or. '
The sun is in its splendor, the moon is in her complement or detriment, the pelican is in her piety, the lion is gardant passant and ducally gorged, and royalty is represented by opinci, yales, and enfields, one of which has swivel-mounted horns.
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