The best known Elizabeth Taylor was one of Mary Pickford's most successful heirs—in money-earning as well as queenly status.
We privately see ourselves as queenly beings who get to decide which of our subjects to anoint with a knighthood.
Never before had I seen my lady in this gentle guise, this task of nursing the sick, which her doing raised to a queenly art.
"You will surely protect us, good lords," said she who had on the queenly dress.
You must know that; you must say it to yourself when you are alone, and know that your life ought to be a queenly triumph.
"Try, madame," said Helene, in the queenly tone which seemed natural to her.
With that speech, and the queenly way in which it was uttered, Mme. de Bargeton recovered her position.
Mis' Postmaster Sykes was in the arm-chair, and she sat still, queenly.
queenly pride rather than Christian resignation inspired her soul.
You proud, queenly, beautiful woman, how can you be so brave?