A few tried to rise to the emergency, and got out an awkward "My lord," or "Your lordship," or something of that sort, but the great majority were overwhelmed by the unaccustomed word and its dim and awful associations with gilded courts and stately ceremony and anointed kingship
, so they only fumbled through the handshake and passed on, speechless.
, the only real kingship
of our century, was his by divine right of his turn for business; and I, his son, bid you respect the crown whose revenues I inherit.
From what he had seen and heard Akut was able to explain to Korak that the rites proclaimed the choosing of a new king, and he pointed out to the boy the massive figure of the shaggy monarch, come into his kingship
, no doubt, as many human rulers have come into theirs--by the murder of his predecessor.
and we therefore entreat you graciously to accept the Kingship
, to which you have been unanimously elected by the Council of Elfland: and that you will allow your son Bruno of whose goodness, cleverness, and beauty, reports have reached us--to be regarded as Heir-Apparent.
It is in accordance with this principle that Aristotle holds that kingship
is the proper form of government when there is in the state one man of transcendent virtue.
And thus came the young Lord Greystoke into the kingship
of the Apes.
Dian is the daughter of kings, though her father is no longer king since the sadok tossed him and Jubal the Ugly One wrested his kingship
Already Go-lat saw in this young ape a possible contender for the laurels of his kingship
and consequently the old bull looked upon Zu-tag with jealousy and disfavor.
The ape-man knew that he might expect an immediate attack on the part of that particular surviving bull-ape who felt himself best fitted to contend for the kingship
of the tribe.
That you take advantage of your kingship
to say what you would never dare say were you not king, brands me not a traitor, though it does brand you a coward.
The last remnant of his civilization was forgotten--he was a primitive man to the fullest now; reveling in the freedom of the fierce, wild life he loved, gloating in his kingship
among these wild blacks.
The hands of some called for kingship
and irresponsible and numerated power; other hands called for ambition, for wealth in untold sums, for disgrace and shame, or for women and wine.