Definition of unroyal in English:

unroyal

Line breaks: un|royal
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈrɔɪəl
 
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adjective

Not royal.
More example sentences
  • This is after all an ancient if rather unroyal prerogative.
  • What was surprising was her unexpected, quite unroyal sense of humour, which won her many devotees.
  • For her part, Gertrude knows her Hamlet's unroyal condition makes Ophelia a satisfactory match.

Derivatives

unroyally

adverb
More example sentences
  • About 50 years ago they got so unroyally grubby that abbey authorities would not permit even antiquarians to see them.
  • I know I refer to myself as the King of Atlanta, but I want to apologize… I acted a little unroyally.
  • I half expected Julie Andrews to jump out from behind a bucking bronco and tell Anne to stop behaving so unroyally.

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