Definition of King's Speech in English:

King's Speech

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(In the UK) in the reign of a king, the term for Queen's Speech.
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  • Since neither was free to move to the capital, Annie Kenney was sent, in January 1906, to plan a procession to Parliament for February 19th, the day of the King's Speech.
  • The King's Speech was long, very long, and, allegedly, very dull.

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