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baroness

noun as in noblewoman

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He no longer has a country, a villa, or wealthy socialite baroness as a fiancee, but he is much richer for having learned to show his love for his children and welcome their love back.

It was exactly a week ago when reports first leaked that the Baroness of Butter had used the N word in the past.

Being politically astute, even in her dotage, Baroness Thatcher was aware what contention that could create.

Baroness Thatcher, who rarely goes out in public anymore, is not attending.

A smart new documentary from HBO, The Jazz Baroness, captures the many sides of the jazz pianist.

"We need to change the language," asserted Baroness Mary Goudie, a Labour member of Britain's House of Lords.

Baroness Schopenhauer died at Jena; a woman of talent and celebrity, and author of various works, which were collected in 24 vols.

Everybody in the pension was studying something; we avoided the American church and consulate and even the Baroness L.

Baroness Orczy is to be congratulated on a distinctly ingenious idea.

How he manages to turn it all to favour and romance you must allow Baroness Orczy to tell you herself.

Janet Marward, heiress and titular baroness of Skryne in Meath, a manor worth some 200l.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to baroness, such as: aristocrat, gentlewoman, lady, and peeress.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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