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regent
used in Rose Red

4 uses
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Definition
a member of a governing board — especially at a state university

or:

someone who rules a country temporarily while the king or queen is too young, too sick, or away
  • When the "Regent"-a fellow named Thomas-informed John, I thought my husband might faint, an unlikely event for such a man as strong as he.
    4 — 1909 (43% in)
  • Upon the news of the disappearance, John and the Regent gathered all thirty-three servants (Laura being the thirty-fourth!
    4 — 1909 (45% in)
  • The Regent and Sukeena, as John's and my personal representatives, stood forefront to the rows of attendants.
    4 — 1909 (45% in)
  • He became personally possessed with finding this girl, requesting the Regent to reassign the staff to different locations and conduct the search again.
    4 — 1909 (53% in)

There are no more uses of "regent" in Rose Red.

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