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regal
used in Listening for Lions

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so fine, magnificent, or dignified as to be suitable for royalty; or belonging to a king or queen
  • It was especially difficult to watch over the Masai patients, who were so tall and regal herding their cattle but who collapsed when they had to be hospitalized.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (14% in)

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