Ability and Royalty


Ability noun - The physical or mental power to do something.

Royalty and ability are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Royalty" instead a noun "Ability".

Nearby Word: able


Royalty noun - A dignified bearing or appearance befitting someone of royal status.

Ability and royalty are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Ability" instead a noun "Royalty".

Nearby Word: royal

Mutual synonyms

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Fire Emblem Tellius Royalty Super Power: The imperial family of Begnion came to power for their famed ability to speak directly to the goddess.
  • Anime / Stitch! Everything's Better with Princesses: One of Stitch's cousins, Checkers, could sit like a crown on people's heads and give the wearer the ability to hypnotize those around them into thinking they were royalty to be obeyed.
  • In many works featuring royalty, the king (or queen) has the power to heal the sick, whether as part of their duties to their people or as confirmation of their divine right to rule, based on the supposed ability of French kings to do this in Real Life.
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