Origin of viceregal
Related formsvice·re·gal·ly, adverb
First recorded in 1830–40; vice-
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Examples from the Web for viceregal
Historical Examples of viceregal
Now with your kind permission, Most Viceregal Magnificence, we shall go.
The morale of a Viceregal visit is pretty much in the same category.
The Viceregal visit to Castle Carew had been all planned by him.
Three-quarters of an hour had passed since he had first entered the Viceregal palace.
Damis carefully aligned the red rod on the Viceregal palace.
British Dictionary definitions for viceregal
Derived Formsviceregally, adverb
of or relating to a viceroy or his viceroyalty
mainly Australian and NZ of or relating to a governor or governor general
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