empress

[ em-pris ]SEE DEFINITION OF empress

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMPRESS

Or I will be Empress of beautiful women, if that is his pleasure, and give him all an Empress's love.

It was all in vain, he confesses; he could not alter the convictions of the Empress.

The Marshal answered that he desired him to repair to the Empress.

He offered his arm to the Queen of Holland, but she looked at the Empress, who had not yet risen.

My dear empress, I have the honour to kiss your powerful hands.

When she had been empress no more than eighteen days, she fell sick and died.

He was the younger brother of the Empress Tsau, who for a time ruled the land.

Long shall she remain the empress of my heart, and partner of my bed.

Had the Empress that night desired the death of the father in order that the son might reign?

The fog-horn was silent: the Empress moved alongside the jetties of Calais.

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