Examples of empress in a Sentence
the Emperor and Empress of Japan
Catherine the Great was Empress of Russia.
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The action begins in child's-storybook mode, with an immortal empress (Liu Yifei) frolicking in bucolic settings accompanied by a cutesy sidekick who looks like Baby Groot reborn as a Brussels sprout.
The eighteenth-century German princess became empress of Russia and transformed it into one of Europe’s great powers.
Elagabalus was crowned emperor of the Roman empire in the third century, but insisted that subjects use the term empress and dressed as a woman.
But Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party has remained tight-lipped on the issue, firmly ruling out any discussion this time around on constitutional changes regarding the viability of potential empresses.
Her great-grandmother was a first cousin of Napoleon’s empress.
According to a recent Kyodo News survey, 86 percent of Japanese citizens would support a female empress, while 62 percent would support allowing female members of the imperial family to remain royal after marriage.
Most of these women were regents for their underage sons at some point, Sarah Shaver Hughes and Brady Hughes write in Women’s History in Global Perspective, but six empresses went on to rule alone.
A public announcement would come first, then a wedding date would be set and then the couple will make a formal report to the emperor and empress.
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Origin and Etymology of empress
First Known Use: 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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