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Definition of "quasi-royal" []

  • Having the power but not the rank or title of a king (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "quasi-royal" in a sentence
  • "His visits tended to be fast and formal, resembling a “quasi-royal procession,” and they inspired much scurrying about and nervous twitching throughout the theater."
  • "The desires for democracy and equality remain sincere, but the drive to be better than your neighbor, even quasi-royal, is primal."
  • "But it will take more effort than the provision of a quasi-royal ceremony, a speech by Queen Elizabeth and 50 registers of condolences to pacify a public which, at the very least, expects Diana's title of HRH to be posthumously restored."
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