royale

[roi-al]

Origin of royale

< French, noun use of feminine of royal royal
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Examples from the Web for royale

Historical Examples of royale

  • If I had a fool for a second, Colonel Royale had a fine, wise young man.

    The O'Ruddy

    Stephen Crane

  • Colonel Royale entered precipitately, beaming with good humour.

    The O'Ruddy

    Stephen Crane

  • As soon as we were out of their sight, Colonel Royale clasped my hands with rapture.

    The O'Ruddy

    Stephen Crane

  • I have a patient to attend to on Royale Place where I must finish the night.

    The Mesmerist's Victim

    Alexandre Dumas

  • It is often known as the Royale dt, and has had various other synonyms.


Word Origin and History for royale
adj.

French, literally "royal" (see royal).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper