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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Givens, who currently costars on Riverdale, will pop up in at least one episode as Eudora, a loving mother to Tiana and benevolent noblewoman.
Everybody played cards: kings and dukes, clerics, friars and noblewomen, prostitutes, sailors, prisoners.
His wife, Marina, a Polish noblewoman (who knows the truth), fosters his delusion.
The show at Les Arts Décoratifs overtly acknowledges Dior’s royalist nostalgia, juxtaposing some of the most lavish gowns with 18th-century portraits of noblewomen dressed in oddly similar garb.
The Don starts the opera by having his way with the noblewoman Donna Anna and killing her father, the Commendatore.
Marianne North was not your typical Victorian noblewoman content to simply enjoy the comforts of British high society.
The noblewoman published La Princesse de Montpensier anonymously in 1662.
See the Royal Clothing Discovered in 1600s Shipwreck WATCH: A remarkable wardrobe discovery from a 17th-century shipwreck in the Waddenzee reveals how noblewomen dressed at the time.
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: a woman who is a member of the nobility
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