from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character of being palatial.


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  • The museum which is ultimately to be the greatest of its kind in the world, already contains somewhere in its raw inaccessible recesses the collections made by Prince Albert in his many cruises, and is of a palatiality worthy of a sovereign with a tenant so generous and prompt in its rent as the Administration of the Casino of Monte Carlo.

    Roman Holidays, and Others William Dean Howells 1878


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