- palatal process,
- palatal reflex,
- palatine artery,
- palatine bone,
- palatine crest
Origin of palatial
Examples from the Web for palatial
Gone are the palatial apartments, ideological rigidity, and red Prada slippers.
By the time their relationship was heading toward its end, Carey would call the palatial estate Sing Sing, after the prison.Speed Read: Juiciest Bits From the Tommy Mottola Memoir ‘Hitmaker’|Kevin Fallon|January 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
English governesses tended to the children in Anand Bhavan – “Abode of Happiness” – the palatial Nehru residence.
Collinwood: The palatial ancestral home of the wealthy Collins Family.‘Dark Shadows’ for Dummies or a Glossary of Key Names and Places|Jace Lacob|May 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He is said to be quiet and contemplative, a strict vegetarian who spends most of his time in his palatial mansion in Kingston.
He lived with his parents and his grandfather in their palatial residence, Lynnewood Hall, just outside Philadelphia.The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred Affections|A. Edward Newton
They went upstairs together, and a moment later Rumsey found himself in the palatial chamber which had been prepared for him.Dr. Rumsey's Patient|L. T. Mead
At the bureau he ordered a couple of packs of cards and a supply of drinks and went to his palatial room on the ground floor.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
Of the palatial structure, the north-west towers alone are old.
Where he had once run about among wharves and coal-bunkers, there now stood a row of palatial buildings with a fine boulevard.Pelle the Conqueror, Complete|Martin Anderson Nexo
1754, from French palatial "magnificent," from Latin palatium (see palace). Related: Palatially.