principality

[ prin-suh-pal-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF principality

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRINCIPALITY

In his life of turmoil and bloodshed he had halted to secure for her the right to a principality.

And so you have come back to find that your principality does not exist.

Beauty was everywhere, and in portions of the great forest, great as a principality, quiet.

It is the border of the principality and the passage of it is forbidden.

Somebody had persuaded him to believe that I was urging the Bey to close the principality to him.

By the same art he would prognosticate a principality to a scoundrel.

And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power.

Orange itself, for example, what was to be done with the Principality of Orange?

Mentone was nearer, but she preferred the drive into the principality.

He did not know, it seems, how powerful the barons of his principality were.

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