Synonyms for Royal:


monarchical, grand (adjective)
honorable, superior, imposing, kingly, highborn, grandiose, dignified, regnant, illustrious, worthy, majestic, commanding, impressive, resplendent, baronial, high, ruling, superb, supreme, eminent, imperial, regal, queenly, splendid, stately, august, aristocratic, noble, reigning, elevated, sovereign, authoritative.
noble (adjective)
great, heroic, knightly, dignified, majestic, patrician, stately, regal, magisterial, imperial, imposing, noble, ladylike, sovereign, queen-like, princely, aristocratic, distinguished, lordly, baronial, grand, celebrated, courtly, august, kingly.
upper-class (adjective)


grandiose, big, such as it is, sorry, utter, sadly, utterly, unspeakable, hopelessly, Magnific, good, downright, thorough, excruciating. baron, count, baroness, consort, archduke, baronetcy, aristocracy, countess, aristocrat, baronet. monarchical, blue-blooded, ducal. royal (noun)
regal, royal stag, purple, crowned, noble, majestic, imperial.

Other synonyms:

Magnific. grandiose, sublime. splendid. regal
Other relevant words:
eminent, authoritative, monarchical, purple, glorious, ruling, honorable, blue-blooded, crown, high, baroness, grandiose, good, elevated, baron, Magnific, royal stag, commendable, highborn, reigning, superior, impressive, superb, regnant, supreme, paramount, sublime, awesome, courteous, illustrious, chivalrous, commanding, queenly, splendid, worthy, resplendent, crowned.

Usage examples for royal

  1. So you dare to shed the royal blood! – Maitre Cornelius by Honore de Balzac
  2. In a royal carriage from the court they were driven to the Neues Palais. – The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912 by Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
  3. He is of royal blood, and he may not fight you. – When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 15, 2009