He was not a sovereignly autonomous Hemingway, or Mailer, or Roth.
By principal I mean the spiritual government in which the providence of God is sovereignly displayed.
"That was very pretty in her; it was sovereignly gracious," said Elmore.
There is only a number of independent integers, sovereignly treating with each other.
All the notes were firm, and rounded, and sovereignly distinct.
This is, however, what we have dared to impute to God—-to the eternal and sovereignly good being!
It is sovereignly absolute only because it is simple and first.
You are sovereignly unjust to native talent among the actors—I leave the dramatists alone.
Since it is sovereignly perfect, what need of development would it have?
As he stood and published and defined that reiterated pledge, his soul was sovereignly, supremely free.
late 13c., "superior, ruler, master," from Old French soverain "sovereign, lord, ruler," noun use of adjective meaning "highest, supreme, chief" (see sovereign (adj.)). Meaning "gold coin worth 22s 6d" first recorded late 15c.; value changed 1817 to 1 pound.
early 14c., "great, superior, supreme," from Old French soverain "highest, supreme, chief," from Vulgar Latin *superanus "chief, principal" (source also of Spanish soberano, Italian soprano), from Latin super "over" (see super-). Spelling influenced by folk-etymology association with reign. Milton spelled it sovran, as though from Italian sovrano. Of remedies or medicines, "potent in a high degree," from late 14c.