Definition of prince
princeshipplay \ˈprin(t)s-ˌship\ noun
Examples of prince in a Sentence
a neighborhood in which the city's merchant princes built palaces that shamelessly celebrated their wealth
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Prince Mohammed will be surrounded by cousins and relatives Challenge is to sell Vision 2030 to Saudi’s young population The youngest crown prince in living memory represents a broader youth revolution in Saudi Arabia.
The royal decree did not nominate a new deputy crown prince.
King Salman ousted the 57-year-old previous crown prince Mohammed bin Nayef from the line of succession, and also from his post as interior minister, reports the New York Times.
In the course of those conversations, the prince developed a good relationship with Kushner and Ivanka Trump as well as others in the Trump administration, according to the first official.
Salman also appointed his then-29-year-old son as deputy crown prince and defense minister to oversee the Yemen campaign.
The monarch stripped Prince Mohammed bin Nayef from his title as crown prince and from his powerful position as the country’s interior minister overseeing security.
This plan, too, was written by a small group of technocrats and Western consultants close to the prince.
Still, there's a bright side to the decision by the prince of darkness to pull out of the Paris accord.
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: a male member of a royal family; especially : the son or grandson of a king or queen
: a male ruler or monarch in some countries
: a man who is the best in his class, profession, etc.
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