Definition of viceregal in English:

viceregal

Syllabification: vice·re·gal
Pronunciation: /ˌvīsˈrēgəl
 
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adjective

Of or relating to a viceroy.
More example sentences
  • Portraits of the aristocracy of the viceregal era include members of the clergy, the military and the landed gentry.
  • At his death, Franz Mayer left his collection of viceregal Mexican art to his adopted nation to afford the people of Mexico tangible evidence of their rich colonial heritage.
  • The colonial authorities encouraged Spanish and indigenous settlement in the area with incentives of formal viceregal land grants (mercedes reales) awarded by the Crown.

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