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prince·ly

 (prĭns′lē)
adj. prince·li·er, prince·li·est
1. Of or relating to a prince; royal.
2. Befitting a prince, as:
a. Noble: a princely bearing.
b. Munificent; lavish: inherited a princely sum.

prince′li·ness n.
prince′ly adv.
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princely

(ˈprɪnslɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
1. generous or lavish
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, belonging to, or characteristic of a prince
adv
in a princely manner
ˈprinceliness n
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prince•ly

(ˈprɪns li)

adj. -li•er, -li•est.
1. liberal; lavish; magnificent: a princely sum.
2. like or befitting a prince; elegantly refined.
3. of or pertaining to a prince; royal; noble.
[1490–1500]
prince′li•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.princely - rich and superior in quality; "a princely sum"; "gilded dining rooms"
rich - suggestive of or characterized by great expense; "a rich display"
2.princely - having the rank of or befitting a prince; "a princely bearing"; "princely manner"
noble - of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times; "of noble birth"
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princely

adjective
1. substantial, considerable, goodly, large, huge, massive, enormous, tidy (informal), whopping (great) (informal), sizable or sizeable It cost them the princely sum of seventy-five pounds.
2. regal, royal, imposing, magnificent, august, grand, imperial, noble, sovereign, majestic, dignified, stately, lofty, high-born the embodiment of princely magnificence
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princely

adjective
Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent:
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Translations
أميريرائِع
knížecínádhernýskvělý
fyrstelig
fejedelmi
höfîinglegurprins-
kniežací
prensle ilgilişahane

princely

[ˈprɪnslɪ] ADJ (lit) → principesco (fig) → magnífico, espléndido
a princely gestureun gesto magnífico, un gesto digno de un príncipe
the princely sum of five dollars (iro) → la bonita suma de cinco dólares
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princely

[ˈprɪnsli] adj
(= large) [sum] → princier/ière
[status, title] → princier/ière
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princely

adj (lit, fig)fürstlich
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princely

[ˈprɪnslɪ] adj (also) (fig) → principesco/a
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prince

(prins) noun
1. a male member of a royal family, especially the son of a king or queen. Prince Charles.
2. the ruler of some states or countries. Prince Rainier of Monaco.
ˈprincely adjective
1. of a prince. princely duties.
2. magnificent; splendid. a princely gift.
princess (prinˈses) , ((American) ˈprinsəs) noun
1. the wife or widow of a prince.
2. a woman of the same rank as a prince in her own right. Princess Anne.
princiˈpality (-ˈpӕ-) plural ˌprinciˈpalities noun
a state or country ruled by a prince.
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