princely

All Adjective Adverb Noun
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  • The second class were those that once had their own princely house.
  • These are probably members of the princely family who had these structures built.
  • This princely family was married into most of the royal families of Europe.
  • Those who has distinguished himself in the service of the court were also given the princely title as well.
  • With this policy they established their paramountcy over one princely state after another.
  • Monarchs also typically had a longer style than other princely members within the same royal house.
  • These changes finally brought the princely order to an end.
  • This association led to his involvement with the princely family for a long time.
  • During the British rule of India there were a number of princely families.
  • The many princely states that made up this area began warring amongst themselves.
  • Or rather on behalf of the King to whom all these princely titles returned.
  • In his case it was a non-ruling title and not a princely one.
  • It is also not known when it fell under princely territorial rule.
  • The most important sights in the town date from its time as a princely capital.
  • In past centuries, they ruled several princely states in the region.
  • Within the princely states external affairs, defence and most communications were under British control.
  • The princes of the princely states, however, won the right to either remain independent or join either nation.
  • He also developed the region into a fine princely state called Madurai.
  • The integration of former princely states with other provinces to form new states has also given rise to some issues.
  • This was the first modern, democratic legislative institution of its kind in princely India.
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