I had to take it off today because I had to go vote and you're not allowed in the polling places with Obama regalia.
In his mind, “Yedu Nesu has the sole rights to market, distribute and manufacture the brand…the Robert Mugabe regalia.”
It might, probably, have been a part of their regalia for the ceremony.
Just you get me the regalia in Britstown—a pink flag and red lantern.
It was as though a king had relinquished his robes and regalia and come among the people as one of themselves.
You always keep a full set of regalia here at the club, I know.
The regalia of Scotland deposited in an oaken chest, at the Edinburgh castle.
Was he only a "yellow-back" cowpuncher after all, underneath his Western regalia?
Their regalia was, for the most part, entirely consumed, but the banners were saved.
Edwards went on before to take the regalia out for exhibition.
1530s, "rights and powers of a king, royal privilege," from Latin regalia "royal things," noun use of neuter plural of regalis (see regal). Meaning "decorations or insignia of an order" first recorded 1670s.