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regal
used in The Fountainhead

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Definition
so fine, magnificent, or dignified as to be suitable for royalty; or belonging to a king or queen
  • His clients would accept anything, so long as he gave them an imposing facade, a majestic entrance and a regal drawing room, with which to astound their guests.
    1.6 — Part 1 Chapter 6 (48% in)
  • She wore a regal gown of emerald velvet, and a magenta ribbon in her bobbed hair with a cute little bow in front.
    1.10 — Part 1 Chapter 10 (18% in)
  • It will soften things, and it gives a regal air, you know, a feudal sort of mood.
    1.13 — Part 1 Chapter 13 (81% in)
  • The huge crowd of guests did not dwarf her hall; it stood over them like a square box of space, grotesquely out of scale; and it was this wasted expanse of air imprisoned above them that gave the occasion an aspect of regal luxury; it was like the lid of a jewel case, unnecessarily large over a flat bottom holding a single small gem.
    2.6 — Part 2 Chapter 6 (33% in)

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