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- adv. In a regal manner, in the way of, or befitting, royalty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a regal or royal manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a regal or royal manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a regal manner
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With a pedigree like that, this little guy is what we in racing call "regally bred."
At the end of the show, Marc Jacobs emerged and walked (nay, floated) around the circle, regally acknowledging his attendants.
Mrs. Astor sat regally in her box, recieving the homages of her subjects, but never leaving to visit someone else.
Walking regally, he gestured for Blood Thorn and the rest to follow and started from the room.
Terfel does best when he has something clear to play; and when he knew what Wotan wanted, he burst out with the best of them, demanding that Erda stay and reveal the meaning of her prophecy, or formally, regally escorting his wife, Fricka, into their new home.
It's in Coverdale's revision of his own work, Henry VIII's officially authorised, regally bound and aptly titled Great Bible, that the "face of the deep"/"face of the waters" formulation first appears.
She wore a lovely gown of pearl gray silk, and her silvery hair swept regally away from her face, but there was something ugly about her, an angry set to her mouth, a coldness in her eyes.
My fingers loosened, and he reared his head up regally.
Throughout most of art history, commissioned portraits ennobled their subjects—showing them surrounded by symbols of wealth and virtue, perched regally on a steed or even transported into a New Testament scene.
As you can see he was posing rather regally for us, so he was enjoying it a lot.