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belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler

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We have every right to be regally pissed off at China, but we also have every reason to be regally careful in our responses.
Like a Currier & Ives greeting card, snow adds softness to the barren elm and ash trees while regally dressing the fir trees.
The memorial has stood regally in Victoria Square for nearly 40 years until it was moved in 1951.
Demi's illustrations offer a lush gallery of Chinese-style art brightly adorned with lacquer red, royal blues, and gold foil depicting mist-cloaked mountains, swirling seas, and regally dressed emperors.
The story is regally narrated by Lecat, who is often asked to read long lists of descriptions of rooms in palaces or land holdings bequeathed at the time of marriages, but those interested in British history will enjoy this new portrait of a beautiful and powerful queen.
Thus they assume the position of regally omniscient analyst on the throne, raising side issues, often character-related; focusing on motive, intent, emotion; and refusing to treat facts as facts.
Chief had a handsome beef-drinking helmet perched regally on his head, both sides loaded with sweating red cans of Coors Cutter.
At one moment Smith carried Tan across the floor, her legs straight ahead like a plank; then she regally rode his back and ended on his knees before melting into the ground.
The regally dressed crowd admired the house, mingled on the terrace and took home all sorts of goodies, including crystal bowls from Tiffany's and jeweled picture frames from Saks.
Jesus himself was disparaged by his enemies for being a glutton and a drunkard, for dining regally with the Pharisees one night and partying with sinners the next.
n A "separate liability" election, if the taxpayer had filed jointly and, at the time of the election, is no longer married to, is regally separated from or has lived apart from that spouse for the past 12 months, under section 6015(c).
As the pachyderms marched regally by, Fox's Tom Sherak said: "You know, I think I just got an idea for breaking into show business.
Then, clearing his throat and expectorating regally, His Majesty issued a further pronouncement: "Netting birds is taxing
Easter holidaymakers and hardened drinkers couldn't believe their eyes as the pint of beer was regally guzzled.