[ahrch-doo-kuh l, -dyoo-]
- of or relating to an archduke or an archduchy.
Origin of archducal
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There would still be time, perhaps, to reach Vienna before the archducal party should leave for Bosnia.The Secret Witness
And who are you, signor, that dare thus question the lady of an archducal counsellor?
Various opinions had been expressed of him, but his importance was Archducal, dynastic, purely accidental.Notes on Life and Letters
Your gains, lawful and unlawful, are wrested from you by the archducal counsellors, in whose hands you are mere puppets.
The opera-dancer was as essential to Archducal existence as the seventy-seventh quartering on the Hapsburg arms.Essays in Rebellion
Henry W. Nevinson
- of or relating to an archduke, archduchess, or archduchy
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