empress

[ UK /ˈɛmpɹɛs/ ]
[ US /ˈɛmpɹɛs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a woman emperor or the wife of an emperor
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How To Use empress In A Sentence

  • ‘Welcome,’ the empress said to them, her voice holding false modesty.
  • The title elevates her to the most highest ranking woman in the court besides the Empress. Unusual Historicals
  • The empress dowager looked up, the tears beginning to course down those flawless cheeks.
  • Whilst his hours were passed in studious retirement, the empress, resolute to achieve the generous design which she had undertaken, was not unmindful of the care of his fortune. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Later emperors carried it further and in the second century AD empresses such as Sabina (wife of the emperor Trajan) were depicted as embodying, for example, pietas (family feeling).
  • I will be bright, and shine in pearl and gold, To wait upon this new-made empress.
  • From the time of the arrival of the Empress we were in a state of terrible apprehension, and every one in the chateau was a prey to the greatest anxiety in regard to the Emperor. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • Our yardmen have done such a good job of piling clippings against the foundations that the Empress has termites.
  • Then their is the equally magnificent mantle of St. Henry's wife, Empress St. Cunegond, which was also used as a cope in Bamberg Cathedral. Catholic Bamberg: The Vestments of Pope Clement II and Other Treasures from the Diocesan Museum
  • The emperor and empress earlier in the day met with the king, who has been discharged from the hospital.
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