**Royally,**1) in a manner becoming a king: “their encounters, though not personal, have been r. attorneyed with interchange of gifts,”

**Wint. I, 1, 30**. “to have you r. appointed,”

**IV, 4, 603**. “sorrow so r. in you appears,”

**H4B V, 2, 51**. “to answer r. in our defences,”

**H5 II, 4, 3**. “to have proved most r.”

**Hml. V, 2, 409**(Qq

**royal**).

2) magnificently:

**r. entertained and lodged,**Lucr. Arg.

**Hml. V, 2, 409**

**Ado I, 3, 45**. “the castle r. is manned,”

**R2 III, 3, 21**. 23 (with a quibble: manned by the king in person). “let us banquet r.”

**H6A I, 6, 30**.