marquises

[ mahr-kwis, mahr-kee; French mar-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF marquises

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One or two marquises who were waiting their turn were in hysterics.

Suppose it had been decreed by Nature that you and I should be Marquises?

Betty was always great on the subject of dukes and marquises.

The servant submitted, and the two Marquises stood face to face.

The Marquises party was, as she had intimated, strictly limited as to numbers.

Thus the Comptons, Marquises of Northampton, have the place all to themselves.

There are no marquises or dukes in the Northern Netherlands.

To the mind devoted to marquises I can understand that I should be a revolting being.

I have many influential acquaintances in Paris, dukes, counts, and marquises.

The two marquises were left in possession of the dining-room and the wine.