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adverb as in magnanimously

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This may also be why royal bastards often ended up in prominent political positions.

Revenue generated by the CPB’s investments is exempt from taxation and is supposed to serve the royal institution—the Crown—rather than the king.

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You could see this unexpected change as awful, as a royal pain and daily stress.

Our opulent test car’s “Twilight Purple” finish is a reasonable approximation of the royal color.

She would have to say that even to the mom who had waited too long to reserve Cinderella’s royal table for her daughter’s second birthday.

Bombshell report in the U.S. or royally obsessed with the Brits?

Buzz Bissinger on how the paper royally botched the story—which should never have been printed.

Sexless and reassuring they may be, incapable of sin they may be, but they have screwed us royally all the same.

Helena Bonham Carter, who was among the Best Dressed in 2010, this year found herself royally snubbed.

Isabel gratefully climbed to his high perch, after stating that she had no money, and being royally silenced.

Of course, when they reached the Emerald City their first duty was to visit Ozma's palace, where they were royally entertained.

He picked his steps from boulder to boulder, and then walked royally and resolutely on the ground of Ireland.

St. Mary's Abbey was often called upon to receive noble, even royal guests, and entertain them nobly and royally.

Later, when he had royally accepted some tickets for the reading and bowed his exit, Cable put his head in at the door.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to royally, such as: lavishly, bounteously, generously, liberally, and munificently.

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