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Definition of "regally" [re•gal•ly]

  • In a regal manner, in the way of, or befitting, royalty. (adverb)

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Use "regally" in a sentence
  • "With a pedigree like that, this little guy is what we in racing call "regally bred.""
  • "At the end of the show, Marc Jacobs emerged and walked (nay, floated) around the circle, regally acknowledging his attendants."
  • "Mrs. Astor sat regally in her box, recieving the homages of her subjects, but never leaving to visit someone else."