Definition of Royal stag

1. Noun. Stag with antlers of 12 or more branches.

Exact synonyms: Royal
Generic synonyms: Stag



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Royal Stag

royal jelly
royal line
royal marriage
royal marriages
royal mast
royal osmund
royal palm
royal penguin
royal penguins
royal poinciana
royal progress
royal progresses
royal purple
royal red prawn
royal road
royal stag (current term)
royal tennis
royal touch
royal velvet plant
royal walnut moth
royal we
royal wes
royalet
royalets
royalise
royalised
royalises
royalisin
royalism
royalisms

Literary usage of Royal stag

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1. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1884)
"When my cousin Hannah came from Edinburgh to London, she got a place at the bar of the royal stag," narrated Kirsty, " and I used to go to see her there, ..."

2. Bentley's Miscellany by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith (1838)
"After two hours' labour amongst the cliffs and crags, one of them, a royal stag, came within shot. My hand trembled with the excess of my anxiety. ..."

3. The King's Peace: A Historical Sketch of the English Law Courts by Frederick Andrew Inderwick (1895)
"... and it was provided that if a freeman hunted a royal stag he should be imprisoned for a year; if he was not a freeman, then for two years; ..."

4. The King's Peace: A Historical Sketch of the English Law Courts by Frederick Andrew Inderwick (1895)
"... and it was provided that if a freeman hunted a royal stag he should be imprisoned for a year ; if he was not a freeman, then for two years; ..."

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