duke

[ dook, dyook ]SEE DEFINITION OF duke

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The Duke wanted a capable candidate to help him regain his ascendency.

He came recommended by no claim in the world except the will of the Duke.

Shakespeare was almost as well content, it appears, to play the lover as to play the Duke.

Not only the Duke, but both the heroines, Viola and Olivia, love music.

The tidings reached the Duke, at his hunting-lodge of Valognes.

All the knights gathered round him to ask what ailed the Duke.

Shortly after, the captive Duke was one morning found weeping.

I have seen the duke: the cause of your imprisonment is as I suspected.

Calderon bowed in silence, and the duke hastened to the royal cabinet.

Go with these men: do not fear; I will see the duke, and obtain your immediate release.

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