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Definition of "aulic" []

  • Of or pertaining to a royal court; courtly (adjective)
  • A ceremony at some European universities to confer a doctor of divinity degree (noun)

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Use "aulic" in a sentence
  • "The agency said it issued a subpoena because Halliburton failed to turn over information necessary to move forward with a congressionally requested study of hydr aulic fracturing, or " fracking, " in which large amounts of water laden with sand and chemicals are pumped deep underground to release natural gas trapped inside rock."
  • "Germany prehistorically sentimental and aulic, ringing all the changes of a Pomeranian mysticism."
  • "At first this sentence was the act of the [v. 03 p. 0305] emperor or king himself, but as the Empire became more German, and its administration less personal, it was entrusted to the imperial aulic council (_Reichshofrat_), and to the imperial court of justice or imperial chamber (_Reichskammergericht_)."