princely

[prins-lee]
adjective, princelier, princeliest.
1.
greatly liberal; lavish; magnificent: a princely entertainment.
2.
like or befitting a prince; magnificent: princely manners.
3.
of or pertaining to a prince; royal; noble: princely blood.
4.
that is a prince: his princely self.

Origin:
1490–1500; prince + -ly

princeliness, noun
pseudoprincely, adverb
unprincely, adjective
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princely (ˈprɪnslɪ)
 
adj , -lier, -liest
1.  generous or lavish
2.  of, belonging to, or characteristic of a prince
 
adv
3.  in a princely manner
 
'princeliness
 
n

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Example sentences
No preliminary interviews are conducted before the royal audiences, which are
  held by every princely official in the nation.
It's as if much that is lost and foolish in us were presented at court-and
  recognized as princely, of royal blood.
We were dwarfs on a desert beach-but dwarfs with a princely flood of water at
  our feet.
Flowers were for holding to one's nose while strolling about in a princely
  fashion, and also for munching.
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