regal (adjective)

Definition:

1. suitable for royalty; 2. of noteworthy excellence or magnificence

Example Sentences:

– The Academy Award ceremony is an occasion where celebrities outfit themselves in regal attire and walk the red carpet like royalty. (glorious, splendid)
– The hotel ballroom was decorated regally for New Year’s Eve. (magnificently, resplendently) adverb
– The hostess made a regal entrance into the ball, and everyone turned to stare. (stately, grand)
– Lions are the regal rulers of the animal kingdom. (grand, royal)

Synonyms:

royal, stately, grand, glorious

Antonyms:

plain, common, ordinary, mediocre

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deliberate (verb, adjective)

Definition:

(v.) to consider or discuss; (adj.) to do something intentionally–on purpose

Example Sentences:

– Stan’s gossip was a deliberate attempt to sabotage Emily’s position with the company. (calculated, premeditated) adjective
– The jury deliberated for seven hours before reaching a unanimous verdict of “not guilty.” (considered, debated, pondered) verb
– We deliberated the contract for several days, but we finally came to an agreement. (debated, considered) verb
– Her actions were premeditated and deliberate; she had this planned for a long time. (calculated, intentional) adjective

Synonyms:

 (v.) consider, ponder, cogitate, (adj.) premeditated, calculated,

Antonyms:

(adj.) involuntary, impulsive

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