Origin of regal1
Related formsre·gal·ly, adverbre·gal·ness, noun
Definition for regal (2 of 2)
Origin of regal2
Examples from the Web for regal
In October, news broke that Regal hired Morgan Stanley to explore a possible sale.
Regal Entertainment Group is the biggest and most geographically diverse theater company in the country.
With unexpected help from her transgender roommate, Regal finds the strength to put her life back together.
After her husband dies in a freak accident, Regal moves to Tel Aviv.
The regal technological milestone was passed as the Queen attended the opening of a new gallery at the Science Museum in London.
She turned away with that regal air of hers that made one forget her child-like stature.One Day|Anonymous
Thus, after a possession of between five and six hundred years, was this family divested of every mark of regal dignity.
Gaffney yelled out, "Here, fellows, let's give a good one for Regal and Mulvy."A Boy Knight|Martin J. (Martin Jerome) Scott
He lived in regal style, and every one trembled at his name.General Gordon|Seton Churchill
So they reasoned that of course this Indian chieftain of thirty tribes would be delighted with the regal pomp of a coronation.The Princess Pocahontas|Virginia Watson