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royaladjective

  • ja〔人や物の帰属や所属が〕国王の、女王の、王家の、王室の
  • enrelating to or belonging to a king or queen

Examples

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You called for me?
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Yes, we have an emergency.
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Henry the duck has escaped.
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We have to find him.
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Summon the royal army, tell them to search the earth!
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Oh, you own over a hundred ducks, buddy.
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Just play with one of the other ones.
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No, but I want that one!
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Why can't I have this one thing?
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I ask for so little!
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- Victoria, we all know there is a royal wedding coming up very soon. - Yes.
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How is designing Meghan's dress going?
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Is it going well?
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Well, maybe you know something that I don't.
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I'm not doing the dress.
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I'm not.
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Lady Stark thought it might insult the royal family to seat a bastard in their midst.
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Well, you're always welcome on the Wall.
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No bastard was ever refused a seat there.
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Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, he shall possess the power of Thor.
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Unlike when Arthur drew Excalibur, royal heritage is not enough to wield this weapon.
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Thor has to prove he has the wisdom and temperament to lead.
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As King of Asgard...
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But you’re not King.
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Not yet.
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You're getting married.
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What?
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We're losing the war with the Valdrogians.
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The only way they'll agree to a truce is if we combine our kingdoms through royal marriage.
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Both Arthurs are raised by commoners away from royal court.
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They learn about their new cultures from experienced mentors,
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"You can't grow up without a decent education, you know."
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"I already know how to swim."
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"Not even close."
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Gendry is featured, too, because of his royal blood.
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“Your blood is noble.”
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Yet as a character,
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he’s compelling because of the other part of him —
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what he’s learned from not being treated as special all his life.