[ US /ɹɪˈɡeɪɫjə/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪɡˈeɪliə/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪɡˈeɪliə/ ]
- paraphernalia indicative of royalty (or other high office)
- especially fine or decorative clothing
How To Use regalia In A Sentence
- Wit and playfulness is one thing, sending your models out in full Highland regalia is quite another. Times, Sunday Times
- We saw a range of military regalia such as detachable leather hoods, three-quarter-length fatigues with cargo pockets (also shown in leather), flight pants, and the four-pocket jacket, to name a few. AskMen.com - HOME PAGE
- The black and white dress code was given a splash of colour by members of the Army, who attended in their Reds, and Colchester Town Watch appeared in medieval regalia.
- Probari nequit illorum pseudopoliticorum opipio, qui ad jura regalia magistratus remotionem ministrorum pertinere censent. The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)
- Norwegian royalty is shorn of regalia but is safety ensconced in respect.
- When two men in full vintage tweed regalia arrived at the finish line on their tandem (a tandem! Times, Sunday Times
- The front was covered with decorations, including mock-ups of a throne and floral crown, window-sill models of Coronation regalia and the Royal coach, coloured lights and Royal portraits.
- Alison Lambert and Jessica Klikach were out in Hawaiian regalia, while Kendra Von Bremen and Catherine Allan of Revelstoke dressed up Zorro and Gunslinger respectively. Kootenay Rockies - News
- The relentless search for new revenues during the Dutch war had led him in 1673 to seek an extension of the regalian rights whereby the crown enjoyed the revenues of vacant episcopal sees.
- By the same token many of the Tarascans experienced the cultural shock of having their pre-Hispanic idols, temples and religious regalia destroyed by Franciscan missionaries.