Examples of empress in a Sentence
the Emperor and Empress of Japan
Catherine the Great was Empress of Russia.
Recent Examples of empress from the Web
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Today, Belcalis Almanzar tops pop empress Beyoncé in becoming the first woman with five simultaneous Top 10 Hits on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.
His plan seems to fail rather spectacularly, as he's brought before Philippa Georgiou - the empress of the ruthless Terran Empire in the mirror universe - and is immediately sentenced to perpetual torment.
Any sweater priced in the double digits, Lamb says, is unlikely to be fit for an empress.
Items not to miss include a 640-pound jade mountain sculpture that was commissioned by the Qianlong emperor, the empress’s formal court robe, a carved imperial throne and a portrait of prince Duo Lou.
Bass Gianluca Buratto was an eloquent Seneca, the old philosopher who pays with his life for daring to challenge the emperor’s decision to replace the empress Ottavia (the dignified and affecting mezzo Marianna Pizzolato) with his mistress Poppea.
The latest movie in the Marvel franchise is shooting in Montreal, with Chastain joining the cast as alien empress Lilandra.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of empress
First Known Use: 12th centurySee Words from the same year
EMPRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of empress for English Language Learners
: the wife or widow of an emperor
: a woman who rules an empire
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