noun, plural re·gen·cies.
Examples from the Web for regency
Earlier this week, Regency Centers, a shopping center developer, sold $250 million in so-called green bonds.
It began, for them all, with the urge to seek some form of liberty and escape the stultifying conventions of Regency England.The Man Who Invented Vampires and the Creepiest Literary Gathering Ever|Emma Garman|November 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Scher set up a face-to-face meeting with John Edwards on September 18 at the Regency Hotel in New York City.
Over drinks at the Regency that afternoon it was mutually decided that Miss Hunter would no longer travel with the candidate.
The most likely scenario is a collective leadership that will rule in the name of the Kim family—in effect, a regency.
Lamartine raised his head and said: "I will oppose the Regency."The Memoirs of Victor Hugo|Victor Hugo
She went to the vast Regency desk, idly fingering papers, and laid hold of a document.The Pretty Lady |Arnold E. Bennett
The bank being approved of in this manner, it had next to be proposed to the regency council.The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete|Duc de Saint-Simon
Many of the lords dreaded the long minority of the infant prince, and the government of the regency which would probably ensue.The Empire of Russia|John S. C. Abbott
This, if successful, would destroy the control of the "Regency" over the electoral vote.The Middle Period 1817-1858|John William Burgess