With this disgraceful act of violence to his personal feelings, Louis lost all taste for kingship.
He was obsessed by the idea of the dignity, almost the divinity—of kingship.
David was trained for kingship, not in courts, but on the hillsides with his flocks.
And on his shoulder was the cross of kingship, and that was shining too.
Yet I would have you remember what I said yesterday about my kingship.
He is not fitted for kingship, but life has made him a king.
It was revealing in men who had till now cowered before the might of kingship a power greater than the might of kings.
But they have lost their chance of kingship through worshipping us.
Great is the combat, divine is the work: it is for kingship, for freedom, for happiness.
A disanointing poison, taking away his kingship and his godhead.