palace noun

ADJ. ancient | 14th-century, etc. | imperial, papal, presidential, royal | grand, great, magnificent, sumptuous, whacking great | veritable (figurative) Even this small house was a veritable palace compared to his tent. | fairy-tale

VERB + PALACE build | live in

PALACE + VERB stand The palace stands on the west bank of the river.

PALACE + NOUN complex, compound | courtyard, gardens, grounds | gates | affairs | aide, guard, official, spokesman | coup, revolution The king was deposed by his son in a palace coup.

PREP. at a/the ~, in a/the ~

PHRASES the interior of the palace