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In the other half of the draw, France, Spain and Portugal, former champions all, managed to eliminate themselves with less than regal performances.

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If you’re more about the aesthetics and or like to wrap yourself in a pretty throw and sit as still as a mummy or instantly fall asleep, consider upgrading from a basic wool throw blanket to something like cashmere, which is regal but also delicate.

She effortlessly dons costume designer Jenny Beavan's sumptuous and regal designs, sketching each sidled movement into its own bit of cinematic art.

The next morning, we meet at the Royal Palace, where the regal troops parade past on stately horses.

Actress Madge Sinclair graced her roles with an undeniable and regal presence— no matter the title role— and became a force to reckon with in the entertainment industry.

Regal Entertainment Group is the biggest and most geographically diverse theater company in the country.

In October, news broke that Regal hired Morgan Stanley to explore a possible sale.

Marzipan Flowers tells the story of Hadas Regal, a 48-year-old woman living on a kibbutz in southern Israel.

With unexpected help from her transgender roommate, Regal finds the strength to put her life back together.

After her husband dies in a freak accident, Regal moves to Tel Aviv.

He was recalled, and again moved, in calm triumph, from his obscure chambers to the regal palace of the minister.

She appealed to him as a glorious woman, regal in her carriage, wondrous in her youth and beauty.

Scarcely a great name in English literature could be produced which had not been supported by regal or individual generosity.

But the principal figure is truly great, in its noble, regal attitude, and quite unconstrained in its dramatic pose.

"Let's go into this place," he said, turning in towards the hospitable portals of the Regal.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to regal, such as: august, glorious, imposing, kingly, magnificent, and majestic.

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