Munificent; lavish: inherited a princely sum. (adjective)
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Use "princely" in a sentence
"In princely guards!] [W: priestly guards] The first folio has, in both places, _prenzie_, from which the other folios made _princely_, and every editor may make what he can."
"Six months ago, Mrs. Mohamed called Mr. Nur and sold her villa to him for $30,000, a small price for what she calls a princely home with a walled yard."
"In the country of Wild Oats, wit and humor are held in sufficient estimation to win you forgiveness for what fools call a misalliance, and what I call a princely marriage."