imperial

Imperial vs Republic - What's the difference?

imperial | republic |


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As a noun republic is

a state where sovereignty rests with the people or their representatives, rather than with a monarch or emperor; a country with no monarchy.

Imperial vs Monarchy - What's the difference?

imperial | monarchy |


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As a noun monarchy is

a government in which sovereignty is embodied within a single, today usually hereditary head of state (whether as a figurehead or as a powerful ruler).

Imperial vs Sovereign - What's the difference?

imperial | sovereign | Related terms |

Imperial is a related term of sovereign.


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As an adjective sovereign is

exercising power of rule.

As a noun sovereign is

a monarch; the ruler of a country.

Imperial vs Imperial - What's the difference?

imperial | imperial |


As proper nouns the difference between imperial and imperial

is that imperial is a city in california while imperial is a city in california.

Imperial vs Opulent - What's the difference?

imperial | opulent | Related terms |

Imperial is a related term of opulent.


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As an adjective opulent is

luxuriant, and ostentatiously magnificent.

Imperial vs Servile - What's the difference?

imperial | servile |


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As an adjective servile is

of or pertaining to a slave.

As a noun servile is

(grammar) an element which forms no part of the original root.

Kingly vs Imperial - What's the difference?

kingly | imperial | Related terms |

Kingly is a related term of imperial.


As an adjective kingly

is majestic and regal.

As an adverb kingly

is in a royal manner.

As a proper noun imperial is

a city in california.

Imperial vs Magnanimous - What's the difference?

imperial | magnanimous | Related terms |

Imperial is a related term of magnanimous.


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As an adjective magnanimous is

noble and generous in spirit.

Imperial vs Dignified - What's the difference?

imperial | dignified | Related terms |

Imperial is a related term of dignified.


As a proper noun imperial

is a city in california.

As an adjective dignified is

respectable.

As a verb dignified is

(dignify).

Emperical vs Imperial - What's the difference?

emperical | imperial |


As an adjective emperical

is .

As a proper noun imperial is

a city in california.

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