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could you explain the difference and give me some examples? Royality is a new word for me. Is it really in use?

To some, the Queen's home is ugly, but it's also held in esteem as the symbol of Britain's royal*****.
which word should I put into the gap?

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no defenition... ufff but there examples , sentences with this word http://www.wordnik.com/words/royality. I have nerer been so confused:-(.

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    Irina , there is not a word ROYALITY, but there is ROYALTY, which means
    1.one or more members of a royal family. ex. We were treated like royalty.
    2.a sum of money that is paid to someone who has written a book, piece of music, etc. each time that it is sold or performed..... ex.She received $3,000 in royalties........

    oh I forget your sentence, i think it will be,,,,To some, the Queen's home is ugly, but it's also held in esteem as the symbol of Britain's royalty..

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