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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Especially fine or decorative clothing; Paraphernalia indicative of royalty (or other high office).

Usage examples (33)
  • They are the oldest surviving regalia in Britain and consist of a crown, a sword and a scepter.
  • According to the usage current in the British Isles the term regalia is almost always employed to denote the insignia of royalty or "crown jewels".
  • To dress in regalia in public is a both a personal choice and a political statement.
  • Example of one informing source for elemental causes in the parade of doom floats and doom regalia is TheOilDrum. for more
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