Synonyms for Princely:

adj.

baronial (adjective)
distinguished, great, grandiose, royal, splendid, imposing, sumptuous, impressive, august, superb, majestic.
big (adjective)
heroic, lofty.
generous (adjective)
big.
handsome (adjective)
extensive, ample, generous, large, sizable.
large (adjective)
ample, bulky, elephantine, gigantic, massive, roomy, magnificent, cavernous, colossal, grandiose, big, impressive, expansive, awesome, humongous, voluminous, majestic, baggy, prodigious, capacious, enormous, vast, great, immense, extensive, soaring, copious, lofty, large, sizable, tremendous, mammoth, grand, huge, generous, towering, comprehensive, gargantuan, giant, spacious.
noble (adjective)
noble, ladylike, imperial, royal, august, great, baronial, patrician, kingly, stately, sovereign, knightly, dignified, celebrated, lordly, majestic, queen-like, distinguished, regal, magisterial, courtly, grand, aristocratic, imposing, heroic.
princely (adjective)
magnificent, lordly, stately, sovereign, noble, grand, regal.

adv.

largely (adverb)
extensively, amply, greatly, capaciously, hugely, impressively, generously, gigantically, comprehensively, toweringly, spaciously, copiously, magnificently, loftily, sizably, expansively, massively, majestically, grandly, largely, voluminously, grandiosely.

adv

largely (adverb)
extensively, amply, greatly, capaciously, hugely, impressively, generously, gigantically, comprehensively, toweringly, spaciously, copiously, magnificently, loftily, sizably, expansively, massively, majestically, grandly, largely, voluminously, grandiosely.

n.

ducal, monarchical, blue-blooded. king-size, high, Magnific, wide, splendid, good, superb. princely (noun)
luxurious, gilded, sumptuous, rich, noble, deluxe, opulent.

Other synonyms:

ducal, Magnific, blue-blooded. splendid. Other relevant words:
gilded, deluxe, ducal, luxurious, rich, blue-blooded, king-size, splendid, opulent, sumptuous, monarchical, superb, high, wide, good, Magnific.

Usage examples for princely

  1. We have on our hands the greatest of all problems- how to make useful men out of a class of individuals who from boyhood have been reared in habits of the most princely luxury and disregard of all rules of restraint. – The High Calling by Charles M. Sheldon
  2. " Princely I should call him," said Cora, her enthusiasm undaunted. – The Flirt by Booth Tarkington