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But 'the Moon's regality will hear no praise'—well then, will she hear blame?
Many of them had invested the caucus with the dignity of mystery, with a certain pomp and regality.
SUDDEN JIMCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
They insisted on 213 seeing a sign of regality shining on the head of their chosen, to make him their Emperor indeed.
THE DEATH OF THE GODSDMITRI MREJKOWSKI
There was a confusion of regality, displeasure, and grim humour in her attitude.
FORTITUDEHUGH WALPOLE
Yet did not his Successors durably inherit that scruple, but some were anointed, and solemnly accepted the Diadem of regality.
On the other hand, the regality proposed was to be strictly constitutional.
Richard answered that he promised readily all that was asked, "if only it be consistent with the regality of my Crown."
In an arch that opened on the street, she turned to him, drawing herself up with a new regality.
SHADOWS IN ZAMBOULAROBERT E. HOWARD
The building adjoining the tower to the east was called the Regality Court-house, and had a groined ceiling.
SCOTTISH CATHEDRALS AND ABBEYSDUGALD BUTLER AND HERBERT STORY
This, I am sorry to say, was his usual mode of asserting his regality when he thought his dignity was in danger.

WORDS RELATED TO REGALITY

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