[ US /ˈɹɔɪəɫti/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɔ‍ɪə‍lti/ ]
  1. royal persons collectively
    the wedding was attended by royalty
  2. payment to the holder of a patent or copyright or resource for the right to use their property
    he received royalties on his book
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How To Use royalty In A Sentence

  • So brisk was the malwa business that it propelled Okello to some form of royalty. New Vision Frontpage News
  • She claims she is related to royalty.
  • Of course, her boyfriend is indie royalty, but her sheer ubiquity denies her indie status. Times, Sunday Times
  • In its heyday, its clientele included celebrities and royalty. Times, Sunday Times
  • Romoeuf, riding a franc etrier, on that old Herb-merchant's route, quickened during the last stages, has got to Varennes; where the Ten thousand now furiously demand, with fury of panic terror, that Royalty shall forthwith return Paris-ward, that there be not infinite bloodshed. The French Revolution
  • And all around her the idiots, the fools, taking her picture, practically bowing before her, treating her like goldarn royalty. Not the End of the World
  • During this time Louis XIV was in power and royalty lived in ridiculous comforts while French commoners starved.
  • Dale received all the attention and accolades, and Link settled for a few extra bucks on his royalty checks.
  • Millions of dollars in royalty payments for cable TV rebroadcasts are at stake.
  • Norwegian royalty is shorn of regalia but is safety ensconced in respect.
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