highborn

[ hahy-bawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF highborn

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGHBORN

Can the highborn heiress of Earl Fitzgerald be served by one so humble?

It is only for the lowborn virgin to be taught it by some highborn youth.

Young, fair, and highborn, I may not choose on whom I will bestow my love!

He will be taken by her highborn family and educated, and he must forget all about his mamma.

And mind, this is not a sin of rich, and learned, and highborn men only.

It was not for very many years that Lafayette was to profit by his highborn mother's devoted care and foresight.

Studies finished, his heart firm in his lofty purpose, highborn schemes began their struggling claim for his attention.

The young Irishman was not a little touched and elated by the highborn damsel's partiality for him.

Therefore he brought the highborn maiden to the pass that she gave over her unruly will, which she asserted there afore.

Welshwomen might marry Englishmen, but none of the highborn Cymry might aspire to wed an Englishwoman.

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