One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a royal wave’
regal, kingly, queenly, kinglike, queenlike, princely
2‘tourists can expect a royal welcome’
excellent, fine, marvellous, magnificent, splendid, superb, wonderful, first-rate, first-class
informal fantastic, terrific, great, tremendous, grand
3‘she's a royal pain in the neck’
complete, utter, total, real, absolute, thorough, veritable
flaming, damn, damned, blasted, blessed, confounded
British proper, right, flipping, blinking, blooming, bloody, bleeding, effing, chuffing
NZ Australian plurry
British dated bally, ruddy
vulgar slang fucking, frigging
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