One who acts in the place of a king; a viceroy.(noun)
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Use "vice-king" in a sentence
"He demanded and received the title of Viceroy of New France—literally vice-king for North America."
"The Emperor was deeply interested in the news he received from Posen, where the general headquarters were in the latter part of February and beginning of March, and where the prince vice-king had under his orders only the remains of different corps, some of which were represented by a very small number of men."
"The vice-king, fearing the crowd as much as the fire for his wife, took her out through a little door that had been cut in the platform in order to serve refreshments to their Majesties."