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  • adj. Not royal; in particular, not appropriate for a royal.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not royal; unprincely.


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un- +‎ royal


  • The numerous royal commissions have been quite 'unroyal' and a waste of useful resources.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • Ignoring his rather unroyal appearance, Rennek marched through the castle in the hopes of finding someone to lash out at.


  • Their starter home: They may aspire to a normal and unroyal life, but the newlyweds 'home will be the grandest of any of Queen Elizabeth's offspring.

    When Sophie Weds Edward

  • For someone who won two awards for playing two different queens, it would've been nice to see her let loose with some unroyal charms.

    Silly Prizes, Major Fun

  • Once he does, he makes a very unroyal yakking noise and says, “There are some things guys are never meant to know.”

    Do - Over

  • Is it not a recognized rule of these realms that none of the blood royal shall raise to royal honours those of the subjects who are by birth unroyal?

    Framley Parsonage

  • Everything had a dingy and faded appearance, very disagreeable and unroyal to

    The Malay Archipelago

  • In the hall portraits of her ancestors looked down at her, their eyes solemn, as if they knew she was harboring unroyal thoughts.

    The Princess

  • The king, hastening to get clear of the melee between priest and horrid-visaged vampire, gave a most unroyal bound.

    Night Arrant

  • They were calling each other all the unroyal names they could lay their tongues to.

    Escape on Venus


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