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(in early medieval England) the protection secured by the king for particular people or places. 2. (in medieval England) the general peace secured to the entire ...

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standard, educated, or correct English speech or usage, especially of England. Expand. Also called, when a queen is sovereign, queen's English. Origin of ...

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King's weather definition, fine weather; weather fit for a king. See more.

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mentioned only in Gen. 14:17; 2 Sam. 18:18, the name given to "the valley of Shaveh," where the king of Sodom met Abram. Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary

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King's bounty definition, a grant, given in the royal name, to a mother of triplets. See more.

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King's highway definition, a highway built by the national government. See more.

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Slang definitions & phrases for king-hell. Expand. king-hell. modifier. Very severe ; outstanding; world-class: The poor fool is pushing a stroller around the zoo in ...

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(until 1879) a shilling given a recruit in the British army to bind his enlistment contract. Expand. Also called, when a queen was sovereign, queen's shilling.

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King's ransom definition, an extremely large amount of money: The painting was sold for a king's ransom. See more.

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King's pattern definition, a spoon pattern of the 19th century having a stem decorated with threads, scrolls, and shell motifs. See more.

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evidence for the crown given by an accused person against his or her alleged accomplices. Expand. Also called, when a queen is sovereign, queen's evidence.

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an English theatrical company originally called Lord Chamberlain's Men, founded in the late 16th century: William Shakespeare was the company's principal ...

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King's crown definition, a tropical American shrub, Justicia carnea, of the acanthus family, bearing clusters of tubular reddish flowers. See more.

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a British judiciary officer who may intervene in probate, nullity, or divorce actions when collusion, suppression of evidence, or other irregularities are alleged.