majesty


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Synonyms for majesty

Synonyms for majesty

something meriting the highest praise or regard

Synonyms for majesty

impressiveness in scale or proportion

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Not more so than your Majesty," was the frank reply.
Yes, your Majesty, she answered, "for I was born in the North Country.
His Majesty inquires if you are hungry, said Jellia.
However, sire, if I might advise, your majesty will interrogate the person of whom I spoke to you, and I will urge your majesty to do him this honor.
Ah, sire, you recompense but badly this poor young man, who has come so far, and with so much ardor, to give your majesty useful information.
Sire," said the surintendant, with firmness, as he raised his head proudly, "your majesty will take the life, if you please, of your brother Philippe of France; that concerns you alone, and you will doubtless consult the queen-mother upon the subject.
I will not permit myself to remind your majesty that I have just restored you to liberty, and have saved your life.
I do not accuse them, sire; but I leave your Majesty to judge what five armed men could possibly be going to do in such a deserted place as the neighborhood of the Convent des Carmes.
Then, upon seeing my Musketeers they changed their minds, and forgot their private hatred for partisan hatred; for your Majesty cannot be ignorant that the Musketeers, who belong to the king and nobody but the king, are the natural enemies of the Guardsmen, who belong to the cardinal.
Shall I come to seek your majesty, or shall I wait?
Because I have good eyes, as his majesty just now said.
As the news of my arrival spread through the kingdom, it brought prodigious numbers of rich, idle, and curious people to see me; so that the villages were almost emptied; and great neglect of tillage and household affairs must have ensued, if his imperial majesty had not provided, by several proclamations and orders of state, against this inconveniency.
In the mean time he ordered three thousand of his choicest troops (who then attended him) to surround me at a distance, with their bows and arrows just ready to discharge; but I did not observe it, for mine eyes were wholly fixed upon his majesty.
I have provided for everything; a carriage below is waiting for your majesty.
Your majesty has given me the control of this business; we had better wait and see what they want.