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used in The Phantom Tollbooth

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so fine, magnificent, or dignified as to be suitable for royalty; or belonging to a king or queen
  • "How true," said the unhappy king, resting his regal chin on his royal fist as he thought fondly of the old days.
    p. 95.3
  • Overhead a large banner proclaimed: "WELCOME TO THE WORD MARKET" And, from across the square, five very tall, thin gentlemen regally dressed in silks and satins, plumed hats, and buckled shoes rushed up to the car, stopped short, mopped five brows, caught five breaths, unrolled five parchments, and began talking in turn.
    p. 38.5

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