baronial


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ba·ro·ni·al

 (bə-rō′nē-əl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a baron or barony.
2. Suited for or befitting a baron; stately and grand: a baronial mansion.

baronial

(bəˈrəʊnɪəl)
adj
(Heraldry) of, relating to, or befitting a baron or barons

ba•ro•ni•al

(bəˈroʊ ni əl)

adj.
1. pertaining to a baron or barony or to the order of barons.
2. befitting a baron.
[1760–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.baronial - impressive in appearancebaronial - impressive in appearance; "a baronial mansion"; "an imposing residence"; "a noble tree"; "severe-looking policemen sat astride noble horses"; "stately columns"
impressive - making a strong or vivid impression; "an impressive ceremony"

baronial

adjective
Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent:
Translations

baronial

[bəˈrəʊnɪəl] ADJbaronial

baronial

[bəˈrəʊniəl] adj
(= large and impressive) [room, hall, mansion] → seigneurial(e)

baronial

adj (lit)Barons-; (fig)fürstlich, feudal
References in classic literature ?
He too worships fire; most faithful, broad, baronial vassal of the sun
And, just as he had constructed a baronial residence for himself and his posterity, the fire rolled down upon the hearth and crumbled it to ashes
She had proposed an excursion to an old baronial castle among the hills--far to the westward (fortunately for Sir Patrick's chance of escaping discovery) of the hills at Craig Fernie.
It seemed hardly possible that by such comparatively small mouthfuls he could keep up the vitality diffused through so broad, baronial, and superb a person.
said Porthos, "there is quite a gap between that fate and the baronial coronet you promised me, D'Artagnan.
He was proud, proud of his old name and of his new-founded baronial hall.
Some part of the edifice had been a baronial chapel, and here were effigies of warriors stretched upon their beds of stone with folded hands--cross-legged, those who had fought in the Holy Wars-- girded with their swords, and cased in armour as they had lived.
It was now abandoned to meaner purposes, because the present lord, among other additions to the convenience, security, and beauty of his baronial residence, had erected a new and noble hall, whose vaulted roof was supported by lighter and more elegant pillars, and fitted up with that higher degree of ornament, which the Normans had already introduced into architecture.
We are dwelling too long, perhaps, upon these individual pictures, endeared to us by the associations of early life, when, as yet a stripling youth, we have sat at the hospitable boards of the "mighty Northwesters," the lords of the ascendant at Montreal, and gazed with wondering and inexperienced eye at the baronial wassailing, and listened with astonished ear to their tales of hardship and adventures.
Noon found them at Leicester, and three days later they rode into the baronial camp at Fletching.
His health being drunk with acclamations, he was not so baronial after all but that in trying to return thanks he broke down, in the manner of a mere serf with a heart in his breast, and wept before them all.
and herald, with thy voice of might, shout forth another summons that shall reach the old baronial castles of Europe, and the rudest cabin of our western wilderness