Canoness Aigline is handsome and tall, her mien is imperious.
The canoness and the Bernardine nun step into the enclosure reserved for the litigants.
With another sign, he made the canoness understand that she and his father were to kiss his betrothed.
Dancing went on all night, and I did not leave my canoness, who was a delightful woman and danced admirably.
Without a pause I renewed my conversation with the canoness, not so much as looking around.
After dinner the count gave me a letter of introduction to a canoness at Coblentz, of whom he spoke in very high terms.
I went up to a canoness who was very fond of Italian poetry, and had no trouble in engaging her in an interesting discussion.
The canoness rose, took my arm, and we seated ourselves at table together, still talking about Italian literature.
She was made a canoness of the aristocratic order of St. Theresa, of which the Queen was the head.
Of the color violet (restrained, mysterious, veiled love, color of canoness).