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archduke

[ ahrch-dook, -dyook ]SEE DEFINITION OF archduke
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Synonyms for archduke

  • aristocrat
  • archduchess
  • count
  • countess
  • duchess
  • duke
  • emperor
  • empress
  • gentleman
  • gentlewoman
  • lady
  • lord
  • patrician
  • peer
  • prince
  • princess
  • royalty
  • blue blood
  • silk stocking
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The entry of the Archduke was not less sad than his proclamation.

She had scarcely left the apartment when the Archduke entered it.

On the wings are the portraits of the Archduke and Isabella, with their patron saints.

They had come as messengers from the Archduke Ferdinand and from the Emperor himself.

The Premier was expected, and there was murmur of an Archduke.

The gipsy was a soldier, and on his being admitted, the Archduke asked him what he had to say.

People used to say that Mrs. Parflete was the Archduke's daughter.

Is there much use in denying the fact that he married the Archduke's daughter?

The archduke had left the Holy Land and returned home some time before.

He immediately sent to Leopold, the archduke, and claimed the prisoner as his.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from Middle French and Old French archeduc, from Merovingian Latin archiducem (c.750); see arch- + duke (n.). Formerly the title of the rulers of Austrasia, Lorraine, Brabant, and Austria; later the titular dignity of the sons of the Emperor of Austria. Related: Archducal; archduchy.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARCHDUKE

noble

nounmember of royal or important family

prince

nounroyal person
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