[ UK /ɹˈiːɡə‍li/ ]
[ US /ˈɹiɡəɫi/ ]
  1. in a regal manner
    a regally appropriate representative
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How To Use regally In A Sentence

  • In our posh London hotel suite, she glides through, thanks the press girl, and is regally solicitous when a tape recorder coughs and dies.
  • A Fabergé brooch with a huge Siberian aquamarine sitting regally on top of a glittering rim of interwoven diamonds symbolizing eternity and union is breathtaking enough, but when Mr. Munn starts to tell the story of the piece it takes on an otherworldly quality. Crowning Jewelry
  • He glanced at the girl next to him, holding her head so regally and high, her back ramrod straight.
  • Everyone exchanged bows; then her ladyship, overwhelming in bronze bombazine, regally glided away. ALL ABOUT LOVE
  • Sitting regally and stiff-backed was a man clad in heavy red robes, his deep-set, half-lidded eyes inspecting Halas.
  • He held himself regally, an authoritative air surrounding him as he walked up to the group, his eyes holding amusement.
  • It has now metamorphosed into the regally appointed suites of heritage hotels that are either modelled to look like palaces, or into the palaces that have been trimmed to serve memories of the past into bite-sized pieces.
  • She lowered herself regally into one of the chairs and sat quietly sipping her tea while Marley waited for her bun.
  • We regally glide by a group of all-terrain-vehicle riders, one of whom is having engine trouble.
  • a regally appropriate representative
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