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- adj. Obsolete form of palatial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Palatial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Palatial; like a palace; magnificent.
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Yes | No | Report from rocky d bashaw wrote 32 weeks 2 days ago galveston, freeport, seadrift, port lavaca, palacious, matagorda, corpus, riveria, and port isabel. wade fishing is a good way to catch an assortment of fish.
Once a palacious private home, this mansion on Merida's Paseo de Montejo is used to host large receptions.
January 17, 2009 at 3: 52 pm palacious is shyt, he plays in a team with 10 defenders including bruno upfront, he is over rated and just avaialable, no reason to get hyper
Abu Dhabi, talks about the development of their very palacious Ramadan tent and the delight of offering Iftar and Suhoor at this special time of year.
Here is a blend for VERBATIM: An acquaintance, in his eagerness to describe a home he had visited, called the house palacious, a portmanteau of palatial and spacious, although he was not conscious of his accomplishment until it was pointed out to him.