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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Not because Markle is an American and a commoner, marrying a prince now sixth in line for the throne.
The Queen went with tradition to marry a fellow blue-blood in Philip (a Greek and Danish prince) but Prince Charles married outside royalty to aristocrats.
Harry is a modern prince marrying an actress with an interest in international politics, a skill set far more valuable than anything found on a family tree.
There was never a truer political prince than Rostenkowski.
On Monday, the entire world watched as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her third child, a little prince.
Now the topic of women and money makes regular headlines (see: Ellen Pompeo opening up about her record-setting salary, and the head-slapping news that a woman who played a queen, Claire Foy, got paid less than the man playing a prince).
Similarly, a lintel uncovered during the excavation explores the lineage of another woman of high rank, Adatalabe, who counts a royal prince among her blood line.
Pink has made Belle a bookworm whose intelligence and imagination give her the strength to cope with Beast — a prince turned monstrous by an enchantress' spell as punishment for his coldheartedness.
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PRINCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prince for English Language Learners
: 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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