palace[ pal-is ]SEE DEFINITION OF palace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PALACE
She was conveyed to the palace in a cedar carriage, carefully screened from observation.
He began to rebuild the palace and ordered that the rubbish be removed from the temples.
I fancied it in the fields, in the gardens, in the palace, in the prison.
No chamber in the palace of a king could have been more fair.
The palace of the anti-popes, moreover, is turned into a caserne.
Keeps the finest span and carriage in the city, and lives in a palace.
For two years more Christina remained in the palace at Stockholm.
He will go into a palace, where all the furniture will be of gold, encrusted in diamonds.
The bearers of this base proposal were admitted to the palace.
The Palace enclosure was a perfect square, each face about 370 yards.