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queenly

[ kween-lee ]
/ ˈkwin li /
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adjective, queen·li·er, queen·li·est.
belonging or proper to a queen: queenly propriety.
befitting, or suggestive of, a queen: queenly grace.
adverb
in a queenly manner.
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Origin of queenly

First recorded in 1530–40; queen + -ly

OTHER WORDS FROM queenly

queen·li·ness, nounun·queen·ly, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for queenly

queenly
/ (ˈkwiːnlɪ) /

adjective -lier or -liest
resembling or appropriate to a queen
having the rank of queen
adverb
in a manner appropriate to a queen

Derived forms of queenly

queenliness, noun
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