highness

[ hahy-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF highness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGHNESS

He went on telling many things, new to us, of the highness of the Lenni-Lenape.

Pardon me—will not your Highness accept one of my poor cigarettes?

My room-mate had recognized it, even to the extent of calling me "Your Highness."

Restore him to those feelings thou art all in all with his highness!

"If your Highness will excuse my persistence," began Mr. Taylor blandly.

That is another question which I sincerely hope your Highness will not press.

"It is just the jolly kind of thing I should have delighted in," wrote her Highness.

"I shall not keep you longer from his Highness," said the Princess with freezing dignity.

"I shall do my best, your Highness," said the girl, with quiet deference.

My faith, if he goes as far as "Highness," he will have all my purse.

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