like kings like kings


  • (adv) in a royal manner



  1. But over the past century or so, most Americans have been living like kings.
  2. Presidents aren't like kings, but they aren't supposed to be like the rest of us either.
  3. But the rejected and dejected are treated like kings by professional matchmakers, who take them on trips to browse for brides in poorer parts of Asia.


  • The Mets, Zack Wheeler, and relying on young pitching

    If there's anyone weirder about their content online than MLB, it's Gary Larson, so I'll just link to the cartoon and describe it briefly: Two spiders stand in front of a web they've built across the bottom of a playground slide. One spider says to the other, "If we pull this off, we'll eat like kings." The Mets. This is about the Mets. Hoping for young pitchers to succeed is like a spider ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: SB Nation

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/ə ˌnæ krə ˈnɪ stɪk /