eminence

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Synonyms for eminence

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Synonyms for eminence

high status importance owing to marked superiority

a protuberance on a bone especially for attachment of a muscle or ligament

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Faith, my lord, it is very necessary for me to make my fortune, your eminence has so long forgotten me.
If, God willing, these swords should be devoted to the service of your eminence," said D'Artagnan, "I shall venture to express a wish, which is, that in its turn the purse of your eminence may become light and theirs heavy -- for with these three men your eminence may rouse all Europe if you like.
Coppenole proudly saluted his eminence, who returned the salute of the all-powerful bourgeois feared by Louis XI.
Your eminence," replied the abbé, "wastes your politeness on these Flemish swine.
This cry was generally heeded; for the Musketeers were known to be enemies of the cardinal, and were beloved on account of the hatred they bore to his Eminence.
If you go on so, his Eminence will be forced to renew his company in three weeks, and I to put the edicts in force in all their rigor.
Your eminence told me that this money was his majesty's.