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See definition of marquises on Dictionary.com
  • as inlord
  • as innobleman
  • as innoblewoman

synonyms for marquises

  • aristocrat
  • baron
  • bishop
  • captain
  • commandant
  • commander
  • count
  • dad
  • don
  • duke
  • earl
  • governor
  • king
  • leader
  • liege
  • magnate
  • marquis
  • monarch
  • nobility
  • noble
  • nobleman
  • overlord
  • parliamentarian
  • patrician
  • peer
  • potentate
  • prince
  • royalty
  • ruler
  • seigneur
  • sovereign
  • superior
  • viscount
  • man upstairs
  • old man
  • aristocrat
  • patrician
  • emperor
  • count
  • noble
  • baron
  • gentleman
  • valet
  • knight
  • peer
  • lord
  • prince
  • marquis
  • duke
  • earl
  • archduke
  • magnifico
  • grandee
  • baronet
  • viscount
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antonyms for marquises

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  • commoner
  • follower
  • inferior
  • servant
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    How to use marquises in a sentence

    From fifteen hundred lire upward was the price for which marquises, counts and barons were created in Florences patrician suburb.
    ITALIAN HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARFRANCIS MILTOUN
    He has had the honor of putting himself to sleep before counts, marquises, dukes, and even royal highnesses.
    BROTHER JACQUES (NOVELS OF PAUL DE KOCK, VOLUME XVII)CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK
    Black dukes and marquises drive over them and swear at them for getting under their wheels.
    THE CLANSMANTHOMAS DIXON
    Thus the Comptons, Marquises of Northampton, have the place all to themselves.
    SUMMER DAYS IN SHAKESPEARE LANDCHARLES G. HARPER
    But at present our Italian and French marquises are of a somewhat different species.
    A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 3 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
    In France it is the peasants who are solid to uniformity; it is the marquises who are a little mad.
    APPRECIATIONS AND CRITICISMS OF THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENSG. K. CHESTERTON
    As to the captains, they were for the most part impoverished grandees or younger sons of dukes and marquises.
    THE WHITE PLUMES OF NAVARRESAMUEL RUTHERFORD CROCKETT
    What would Lady Railton do, with her sublimated notions of marquises and dukes?
    BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 59, NO. 368, JUNE 1846VARIOUS
    Duchesses, marquises, countesses, baronesses and grand dames joined in the mad rush for the exits.
    CHICAGO'S AWFUL THEATER HORRORVARIOUS
    During that time a series of counts and marquises filled the office of chief magistrate in Verona.
    THE STORY OF VERONAALETHEA WIEL
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