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See definition of queenship on Dictionary.com
  • as inroyalty
  • as inconstitutional monarchy
  • as inroyalty

synonyms for queenship

  • aristocracy
  • authority
  • distinction
  • eminence
  • greatness
  • kingship
  • nobility
  • power
  • primacy
  • rank
  • supremacy
  • the crown
  • percentage
  • realm
  • power
  • majesty
  • sovereign
  • rank
  • regency
  • sovereignty
  • kingship
  • regality
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antonyms for queenship

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  • insignificance
  • subservience
  • unimportance
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      How to use queenship in a sentence

      She looked as Eurydice when her captor-King carried her away from earth and gave her instead the queenship of Hell.
      PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 158, FEBRUARY 18TH, 1920VARIOUS
      The latter phrase brings Her Majesty before us in the grandeur and splendour of her Queenship.
      THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: EPHESIANSG. G. FINDLAY
      We humbly thanked her queenship without saying a word, accepting of the noble office she conferred on us.
      GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL, COMPLETE.FRANCOIS RABELAIS
      Then Geber's michelots conducted us, and we were set down among her abstractors, as her queenship had commanded.
      GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL, COMPLETE.FRANCOIS RABELAIS
      Casilda takes no pleasure in this sudden accession to Queenship.
      THE SECRETS OF A SAVOYARDHENRY A. LYTTON
      And I asked Elfric to persuade her to do so, for Emma's great failing was love of queenship.
      KING OLAF'S KINSMANCHARLES WHISTLER
      As Rex passes the club he sends her a bouquet—the official indication of her queenship.
      AMERICAN ADVENTURESJULIAN STREET
      Thus guarded by aliens, she passed from the land of her queenship to that of exile.
      LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, VOL. 22, AUGUST, 1878VARIOUS
      The gifts you bring, the queenship of the world of wine-inspired Fancies, cannot quell my grief at Theseus' loss.
      LIMBO AND OTHER ESSAYSVERNON LEE
      He has as much pride in the house as the Queen has in her Queenship, and with infinitely more reason.
      NASBY IN EXILEDAVID R. LOCKE
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      WORDS RELATED TO QUEENSHIP

      • absolute monarchy
      • kingship
      • limited monarchy
      • monarchical government
      • queenship
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