Examples of noblewoman in a Sentence
traditionally, noblewomen—whether they are titled or not—have served as great patronesses of the arts
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The surrounding cast is strong too, especially Vanessa Kirby (Princess Margaret on The Crown) as a impoverished noblewoman.
But Keller makes his Olivia, a lovesick noblewoman who fights off unwanted suitors while coping with her pompous steward, the heart and soul of the show.
Earlier in February, it was reported that two of the artist’s works, purchased by an Argentine noblewoman in the 1930s, would be leaving a family collection and heading to auction for the first time.
The noblewoman published La Princesse de Montpensier anonymously in 1662.
Her style was much copied by noblewomen of the day.
Marianne North was not your typical Victorian noblewoman content to simply enjoy the comforts of British high society.
Cersei and Sansa would be cooped up in there with the other noblewomen and children, hearing occasional reports from the battlements.
But when Shakespeare – everyone calls him Will – meets a young noblewoman named Viola de Lesseps, everything changes.
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: a woman who is a member of the nobility
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