stately

All Adjective Adverb
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  • A hall is also a large, public or stately room in a building.
  • It soon became apparent that the stately old ship was in a poor condition.
  • For the parts which must always have been the stateliest remain still. Cited from Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Vol. VI, Ed. by Francis W. Halsey
  • The building is set on a site which features several stately oak trees.
  • "You have not found the boy yet?" she said, very stately and pale. Cited from The Gold Of Fairnilee, by Andrew Lang
  • As a test run before the real robbery, they break into another stately home.
  • It was described as a two story, stately looking frame building of colonial design.
  • List of historic houses is a link page for any stately home or historic house.
  • Yet never had his bearing been statelier than when at last he stepped forward and faced them. Cited from Thrall Of Leif The Lucky, Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
  • This term also meant once a stately home or castle.
  • The school population is divided into a house system, currently consisting of four houses named after local stately homes.
  • The city is home to several stately late 19th century to mid-20th century homes.
  • These sudden political changes formed part of what became known as the stately quadrille.
  • Behind him stood the stateliest group of sons that ever filled with pride a father's eye. Cited from Harold, by E. B. Lytton, Book 3
  • His desire was to live in a stately home, surrounded by beautiful gardens.
  • They turn the corner and see the beautiful, stately house.
  • The Royal Centre is notable for its stately structures, both civil and military.
  • A road was built from the station to the stately home.
  • She was poor at that time and did not have the proper clothes for the stately visit.
  • Many of the city's stately buildings date from this period of prosperity.
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