Synonym: magnificent, majestic, regal, royal, supreme. Similar words: material, building materials, trial, criteria, bacteria, industrial, compel, compete. Meaning: [ɪm'pɪrɪəl /-'pɪər-] n. 1. a small tufted beard worn by Emperor Napoleon III 2. a piece of luggage carried on top of a coach. adj. 1. relating to or associated with an empire 2. befitting or belonging to an emperor or empress 3. belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler.
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(1) The Prince Imperial passed away last night.
(2) An imperial gallon, used in Britain, is equal to 4546 cubic centimetres.
(3) How many imperial inches are there in one metric centimetre? — Naught point three nine three seven inches.
(4) The recipe is given in both metric and imperial measures.
(5) The boffins of Imperial College in London think they may have found a solution.
(6) They made an objection to the imperial system with resolution.
(7) Past imperial glories are hardly relevant to the present day.
(8) The Japanese Imperial family patronises the Japanese Art Association.
(9) One litre is equal to 1.76 imperial pints.
(10) In the last ten years Imperial Oil had ploughed a billion dollars into the Canadian economy.
(11) In 1959, Akihito broke with imperial tradition by marrying a commoner.
(12) Imperial units have in many cases been replaced by metric ones in Britain.
(13) The glittering ceremony conjured up images of Russia's imperial past.
(14) The imperial gallon is not the same size as the US one.
(15) Can you conjure up a picture of the imperial life in ancient Egypt?
(16) Lune Town Pleasant Cantonese restaurant with Imperial decor.
(17) In Imperial Rome alone, there are estimated to have been over 800 thermae of different sizes and accommodation.
(18) They are the spearhead of the Imperial army, capable of shattering almost any enemy line under the right circumstances.
(19) From an early date the imperial palaces at Constantinople incorporated decorative schemes that emphasized and glorified imperial power and dominion.
(20) He could not argue, looking at Imperial, that there has been a major brain drain of senior staff.
(21) Grandma said, people died is auditory sometimes feel to the imperial power, when if you hear his beloved people cry, then he will go back, a look back on the deal days.
(22) The Venetians knew to keep a wary eye on Spanish imperial ambitions.
(23) A new centre for research on toxic waste was inaugurated today at Imperial College.
(24) In 1162 Milan was razed to the ground by imperial troops. Sentencedict.com
(25) Assorted armed groups emerged during the nineteenth century, some encouraged by the imperial court, others fighting on their own.
(26) To this end an unofficial courtesy visit was arranged and in August 1857 the Imperial couple came to Osborne.
(27) Now we were embarking on another mission which we confidently thought would add new glory to the annals of the Imperial Navy.
(28) It's time to get out there and lead the Imperial army to victory, in the name of Sigmar and Karl-Franz!
(29) Some say Idi is briefly a bellboy at the Imperial Hotel in Kampala, bright buttons shining.
(30) It had magnificent vaults based on the conceptions of Imperial Rome and was one of the great abbeys of its age.
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