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queen consort

noun as in queen

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The wife of the King is always known as ‘Queen Consort’, usually abbreviated to ‘Queen’.

Her establishment must also so far exceed that of a king or of a queen-consort, as being composed of ladies as well as gentlemen.

The queen-consort of France, and several other ladies of high note, accompanied the monarch to the Holy Land.

This being the Queen-Consort's birthday, there was an extraordinary appearance of gallantry, and a ball danced at Court.

It was unfortunate that, both at this time and in the Rebellion of 1745, there was no Queen Consort.

Alone, the King and his beautiful Queen-Consort looked questioningly at one another.


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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to queen consort, such as: monarch, ruler, consort, empress, regent, and female ruler.

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