quasi-royal


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having the power but not the rank or title of a king

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The curious political situation that obtained in Elizabethan England is also emphasized by Croft's suggestive comment that the elaborate funerals for the Countess of Oxford and Lady Burghley were, in some senses, quasi-royal events in a reign that saw no royal funerals for over forty years.
The way in which Camilla was sometimes treated as a quasi-royal up to and including curtsies from the sycophants, but as a pariah for others, was ludicrous.
The Bushes became America's quasi-royal family in 2000, when George H.
I suppose it is a sign of the couple's status as quasi-Royal family that a criminal might look at them with pounds signs in their eyes.
As one of his Justiciars he exerted a quasi-royal power.