Definition of Royalised
1. royalise [v] - See also: royalise
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Literary usage of Royalised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Naples in 1799: An Account of the Revolution of 1799 and of the Rise and by Constance H. D. Stocker Giglioli (1903)
"... to Baron Helfert—Micheroux describes the " royalised " provinces—Advance on Altamura—Sack of the city and neighbourhood—A republican massacre—Sciarpa— ..."
2. Naples in 1799: An Account of the Revolution of 1799 and of the Rise and by Constance H. D. Stocker Giglioli (1903)
"... CHAPTER XI THE CHRISTIAN ARMY The San/a Fede according to Baron Helfert—Micheroux describes the "royalised" provinces—Advance on ..."
3. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, George Walter Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward (1907)
"was brought to admit that" the monarchy must be nationalised, the nation royalised." Richelieu and Laine gave way; and on September 5,1816, an ordinance ..."
4. English Literature: An Illustrated Record by Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse (1903)
"Whose chivalry hath royalised thy fame, That sounding bravely through terrestrial vale, Proclaiming conquests, spoils, and victories, Rings glorious echoes ..."
5. A History of English Poetry by William John Courthope (1903)
"... ancient seat of kings, Whose chivalry hath royalised thy name, That sounding bravely through terrestrial vale, Proclaiming conquests, spoils, ..."
6. The French Revolution: A Political History, 1789-1804 by François-Alphonse Aulard (1910)
"There was the greatest likelihood that the Federalist movement, suddenly " royalised," would spread to all the departments of the south. ..."
7. The Gentleman's Magazine (1831)
"... they exhibited the natural grace of the human form by a close fit of polished steel, or royalised it by the majesty of flowing robes. ..."