King's Counsel

NOUN
  1. Counsel to the Crown when the British monarch is a king
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How To Use King's Counsel In A Sentence

  • At the end of the seventeenth century, King's Counsel began to wear richly laced cravats, which together with their silk gown and full-bottomed wig, remain their full dress to the present day.
  • I remember, some ten years ago, when he was made a King's Counsel, Amos and I, upon seeing him getting off the London train, went to congratulate him.
  • I remember some ten years ago when he was made a King's Counsel, Amos and I, seeing him get off the London train, went to congratulate him.
  • Much was the debate between the ladies and the young men; but ultimately they all took the king's counsel for useful and seemly and determined to do as he proposed; whereupon, calling the seneschal, he bespoke him of the manner which he should hold on the ensuing morning and after, having dismissed the company until supper-time, he rose to his feet. The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio
  • I remember, some ten years ago, when he was made a 5)King's Counsel, Amos and I, upon seeing him getting off the London train, went to congratulate him.
  • King's counsel Weapon said that there are two ways to protect well - intentioned citizens from Wu Hai.
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