from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a viceroy or viceroyalty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to a viceroy or viceroyalty: as, viceregal power.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to a viceroy
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As long as he is humble not vice-regal, Cameron could take some tricks.
Of those who did not buy commissions, their training was received at one of 117 military escuelas virreinales (vice-regal schools), known to be hotbeds of anti-republican sentiment.
In New Spain, a royal protomédico was quickly appointed by the newly established town council to control the rapidly increasing numbers of practitioners already operating in the vice-regal capital.
I am so sick of these crims hiding behind their vice-regal honours.
They also looked to the alter pieces and carved relief work on the exterior of the churches that were produced during the vice-regal period.
The beneficiaries of the vice-regal system of the former Raj clearly do not like the idea of a true Pakistani native son to become president.
Senators are appointed by the Governor General (appointed by Queen Elizabeth II as her vice-regal to Canada) for each province and territory on the recommendation of the Prime Minister and hold office until age 75.
The official Sydney program, dubbed Fleet Week, ran to twenty pages and included fireworks, sporting contests, a gymkhana, parades and reviews, a vice-regal ball,
He came to America in 1604–05, the only vice-regal figure to do so, and founded settlements at Sainte-Croix and Port-Royal, invited Champlain as geographer, and gave him more responsibility.
From 1604 to 1635, New France was under the authority of a vice-regal ruler who reported directly to the king.