regency

[ ree-juh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF regency

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A regency was proposed; and six physicians were called in to act in consultation.

The power of the council of the regency and its composition fell.

I speak here only of his conduct since the establishment of the regency.

On leaving the Regency, he came back to Ryder Street and dressed for dinner.

They exercise daily, and have petitioned to be authorised by their Regency.

But the Council of Regency will no doubt take a different view.

The Council of Regency will, no doubt, have been informed of all the circumstances.

I gathered, sir, that he was to be sacrificed to the Council of Regency—a sort of scapegoat.

He had taken her into the swim of the Regency, and his purse had not held out.

If the weather be too cold or too wet, I take shelter in the Regency coffee-house.

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