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live like a king (or queen)

Definition of live like a king or queen in English:

Live in great comfort and luxury.
Example sentences
  • Christine, who won the prize after entering her name into the Holiday for Life competition at a Shell service station, could use her AirMiles all at once by living like a queen in New York's posh Waldorf Astoria for a year.
  • The real Roberts has been retired fifteen years and living like a king in Patagonia.
  • I had two fabulous days, living like a king, or at least a Tory MP.
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