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Things majesty often describes (“majesty ________”)
hath, orders, ride, commands, will, wish, wishes, desires, need, service, mean, doth, order, desire, george, command, nothing, duties, thanks, satisfaction, grants, requests, times, king, consents, council, grant, consent, iii, look, yesterday, sitting, pleasure, being, thought, everything, returns, sums, victoria, therewith, resolving, call, counts, put, anne, royal, much, rides, supreme, queen, means, present, news, want, reserves, return, pass, tomorrow, dresses, trusts, laugh, thither, advice, proceeds, purposes, judges, mistakes, deal, saith, care, something, hearing, set, pain, anything, warning, cause, read, rates, bids, well, judge, doubts, trust, liketh, offence, incline, harm, pardon, gold, relative, talks, thereon

How majesty often is described (“________ majesty”)
divine, imperial, present, late, most, sacred, awful, britannic, excellent, gracious, glorious, infinite, royal, certain, full, her, satanic, his, supreme, terrible, simple, catholic, solemn, silent, serene, calm, true, christian, lese, offended, naked, sovereign, eternal, sublime, awesome, native, quiet, august, heavenly, ancient, solitary, transcendent, holy, regal, sweet, outraged, clouded, kingly, fallen, alienated, wild, lonely, overwhelming, slow, stern, mock, gentle, your, dreadful, grave, ljis, celestial, sombre, mild, graceful, wonderful, exalted, earthly, ineffable, gloomy, incomparable, austere, stately, danish, unapproachable, infernal, noble, tranquil, sardinian, tremendous

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See majesty used in context: 68 rhymes, 120 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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