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synonyms for princely

  • grand
  • lavish
  • lordly
  • magnificent
  • noble
  • regal
  • sovereign
  • stately
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Nor do they fall instantly in love with anything princely in tights.
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He is, however, a man of large and liberal views and bestows his favors with a princely hand.
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But Napoleon knew his man and his price: a Marshal's bton and a princely income did much to control his Jacobin proclivities.
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The Duke d'Arenberg has a picture-gallery worthy of his princely house.
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Dr. Sprenger, as director of the college, occupies a truly princely dwelling in it.
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The custom is to adopt and educate the child in a princely manner as the future successor to the throne.
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The mother was the last representative of a princely stock, degenerate both in parts and fortune.
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Men of fortune who had lived in princely style were compelled to put up with one room.
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It was a generous and princely act for which he will be held in lasting and greatful memory.
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