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- adj. Of or pertaining to regicide.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to regicide, or to one committing it; having the nature of, or resembling, regicide.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting in, relating to, or having the nature of regicide; tending to regicide.
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Link eating fried chicken with his regicidal friends
In another palace across the mountains in the service of the regicidal Protector General the chief bodyguard too has his enemies.
But there is no Tory regicidal movement aimed at Cameron.
He did not come across as bitter or regicidal, I am told, just disillusioned — and planning a graceful exit.
That's an enviable number for a leader in a regicidal region.
I merely sought to dangle regicidal Tories over the precipice and ask them to look down.
In the second narrative, the other Culture agent DeWar, is the bodyguard to the regicidal Protector UrLeyn.
It is a childish regicidal farce but done with verve.
The new discourse retained some of the old associated meanings of regicidal treason, sedition, and blasphemy, but also softened the distinctive differences among them and established new criteria.
In April 1649 Ralph Clare published a fabricated declaration by several monarchs, real and imaginary, condemning Englands regicidal actions.