baronet

[ bar-uh-nit, bar-uh-net ]SEE DEFINITION OF baronet

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But, my good madam, we must make the best of it—let the girl marry her baronet.

On the tide of applause which congratulated the boat's only baronet, I rose.

Lady Augusta intimated stiffly that she had not the honour of the baronet's acquaintance.

Not a baron or an earl, and only one baronet, hath taken up arms for me.

You know I'm only the daughter of a country gentleman and the widow of a baronet.

The baronet's jaw dropped; his face lost some of its high colour.

There for some moments the baronet lay half dazed by the shock of his fall.

Richard paled under the baronet's baleful, half-sneering glance.

The baronet sighed, and looked a picture of hopeless dullness.

They never failed to let you know, too, that he was supposed to be the son of a baronet.

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