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synonyms for noblewoman

  • archduchess
  • baroness
  • countess
  • duchess
  • empress
  • gentlewoman
  • lady
  • marquise
  • peeress
  • princess
  • queen
  • contessa
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The noblewoman possessed an ideal: to sacrifice herself for her fellow beings; to serve them even at the cost of her own life.
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Missy wasn't surprised to read she was a noblewoman, her name was Lady Sylvia Southwoode—what an adorable name!
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For example, the old régime gave a noblewoman, as a landowner, all the rights of a feudal lord.
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The singer will establish herself under the noblewoman's maternal care.
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Meanwhile the old noblewoman continued to talk with her; but Barbara did not listen.
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The Bishop of London was in especial interested in this heathen noblewoman who had become a Christian.
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Well, my chick, suppose I were to make thee a noblewoman to-day?
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He fell on his knees before the noblewoman and plead with her for mercy.
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The lame noblewoman knew that Rasgadayeff was fond of the Vigdoroffs.
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