queenship[ kween-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF queenship
Synonyms for queenship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUEENSHIP
No divided allegiance, no hollow semblance of queenship for her!
If she care enow for her queenship to lie over it, I will not be Queen either.
Casilda takes no pleasure in this sudden accession to Queenship.
It precipitated a revolution which quickly brought her queenship to an end.
He has as much pride in the house as the Queen has in her Queenship, and with infinitely more reason.
With the episode as foundation, Count William had already builded up the future queenship of England.
The gifts you bring, the queenship of the world of wine-inspired Fancies, cannot quell my grief at Theseus' loss.
She forgot the men marching in the streets, forgot the outrage to her queenship, in the face of the menace to her womanhood.
But it was left for Giotto to make the queenship better beloved, in its sweet humiliation.
She had been born a princess of royal blood, heir to a queenship in her tribe in a far-away African kingdom.