Definition of regally in English:

regally

adverb

  • See regal

    • ‘She started life in Lewisham but is now living regally in a divine 17 th-century château in France.’
    • ‘We could happily have pottered about the site for most of our four-day break, swimming, playing footie and watching the yachts float regally by.’
    • ‘As the final ball landed, she stood stunned on the baseline and then walked slowly and regally to congratulate Henin-Hardenne, embracing her and offering many words of praise.’
    • ‘She was driven through the city, waving regally at her subjects who thronged the parched sidewalks on that hot summer's day.’
    • ‘The Queen waved regally and almost everyone waved back.’

Pronunciation

regally

/ˈrēɡəlē/