Sentences Containing 'regale'
Who would think, then, that such fine ladies and gentlemen should regale themselves with an essence found in the inglorious bowels of a sick whale!
His ideas on Jewish community life were the subject of texts printed in "Lumea Evree", a bimonthly put out by philosopher Iosif Brucăr. His other articles and various pieces were scattered throughout literary reviews: "Viaţa Românească", "Vremea", "Ideea Europeană", "Adevărul Literar şi Artistic", "Flacăra", "Revista Fundaţiilor Regale", "Revista Literară" and the literary supplement of "Universul" all featured his work.
The town, located on the Monte Regale hill, is divided into several "rioni" (ancient quarters): Piazza (the most ancient), Breo, Pian della Valle, Carassone, Altipiano, Borgato and Rinchiuso, lower, next to the Ellero stream, developed from the 18th century when industries developed in Mondovì and when it was reached by the railway.
The other "Cibotium" species that often surface in botanical collections are "Cibotium schiedei" and "Cibotium regale" (Mexico), plus "Cibotium barometz" (Asia).
These elements of the Upper Harz Water Regale belong to the oldest working dams in Germany.
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More Vocab Wordsnimble - quick in movement; agile; quick in understanding; Ex. nimble climber/mind
destitute - extremely poor; lacking means of subsistence; utterly lacking; devoid; Ex. destitute of any experience
nascent - incipient; coming into being or existence; Ex. nascent ability in music
feasible - practical; able to be carried out; practicable
moodiness - fits of depression or gloom; ADJ. moody: given to changeable moods; subject to periods of depression; gloomy CF. mood: state of mind or emotion
stampede - sudden frenzied rush (of panic-stricken animals or people); V: participate in or cause stampede; Ex. stampede before the price rises
bigotry - stubborn intolerance
drudge - do drudgery; N: person who drudges
captious - faultfinding; too critical
hue_and_cry - outcry; loud cry or clamor; strong protest; Ex. hue and cry against the new rule