Synonyms for Imperial:

adj.

noble (adjective)
magisterial, courtly, heroic, lordly, celebrated, queen-like, stately, grand, royal, knightly, imposing, sovereign, baronial, patrician, dignified, noble, princely, aristocratic, kingly, ladylike, majestic, distinguished, great, regal, august.
regal (adjective)
royal, majestic, kingly, lordly, stately, magisterial, sovereign.
severe (adjective)
exacting, stringent, censorious, blunt, cutting, cool, puritanical, tart, draconian, critical, intolerant, disciplined, spare, brusque, icy, correct, fundamental, curt, uncompromising, sharp, stern, grim, basic, demanding, caustic, piquant, raw, chilly, severe, strict, brisk, relentless, inflexible, gruff, keen, prudish, bleak, austere, astringent, harsh, stiff-necked, rigorous, meticulous, short, rigid, ascetic, dry, oppressive, unbending, dour, abrupt, spartan, hidebound, acute, obdurate, lean, authoritarian, precise, crisp, acerbic, stark, intense, frosty, strait-laced, acrimonious, obstinate.

n.

federal, bicameral, colonialist, autonomous, supreme, democratic, governing, collectivist, absolutist, governmental, absolute. geocentric, calibration, magnificent, factor, metric, graduation, metrication, measure, gradation. ducal, blue-blooded, monarchical. body (noun)
imperial beard.
imperial (noun)
imperial beard, majestic, royal, purple, noble, regal.

Other synonyms:

Imperial beard
imperial beard.
measure, factor, gradation, ducal, monarchical, graduation, metric, geocentric, calibration, metrication, blue-blooded. absolute. Other relevant words:
imperial beard, magnificent, monarchical, governmental, graduation, ducal, governing, calibration, absolute, absolutist, purple, supreme, blue-blooded.

Usage examples for imperial

  1. We had halted the night before at a short distance from the Imperial camp. – A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People by Henry Blanc
  2. Presently a tall man approached them, greeting them respectfully, and Bertalda fancied she saw a resemblance to the master of the fountain in the imperial city. – Undine by Friedrich de la Motte Fouque
  3. The development of the Imperial Valley of California. – Community Civics and Rural Life by Arthur W. Dunn