marchioness


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Synonyms for marchioness

the wife or widow of a marquis

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a noblewoman ranking below a duchess and above a countess

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I led a delegation of Marchioness family members to plead with Parkinson for an inquiry.
She was on the upper deck of the Marchioness when the dredger, the 1,800-ton Bowbelle,TTunisia struck the much smaller vessel some time after 1.
The Marchioness, who as Tracy-Louise Ward starred in the 1980s television detective series C.
A renowned artist, the Marchioness has also added her creative flair to the packaging, which features her hand-painted images of the herd on its lids.
Key Words: Theresa, Marchioness of Londonderry, Ulster Unionism, The Ulster Women's Unionist Council (UWUC)
As a relative of a victims of the Marchioness disaster, she was showing her gratitude after Prescott passed on a highly critical report into the 1989 tragedy to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Haasse revived the Marchioness of Merteuil (from Choderlos de Laclos' novel Les liaisons dangereuses) in Een gevaarlijke verhouding of Daal-en-Bergse brieven (1976; "A Dangerous Liaison, or Letters from Daal-en-Berg").
After the death of General Isidoro Barriga, the husband she fancied, Mariana, Marchioness of Solanda and Villarrocha, had more than a decade to reminisce and regret.
Some well - known characters from the book include Sampson and Sarah Brass, Dick Swiveller, and the Marchioness.
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Her name was Doreen Wells, and many of the teachers accused her of daydreaming and not paying attention to her lessons, but that little girl went on to become a prima ballerina for The Royal Ballet and gained the title of The Marchioness of Londonderry.
If you're still struggling to work out the answer, this was the year Sky TV was launched, the Marchioness pleasure boat collided with a barge on the River Thames, killing 51 people and, in further tragic news, the Hillsborough disaster saw 96 football fans lose their lives.
They had been partying on Thames pleasure boat the Marchioness when the dredger Bowbelle ploughed into it.
The Hall, dating back to 1680, sits at the heart of the 6,500-acre estate, and is the home to the ninth Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and their family.
It's a jungle and I am going through it" Emma McQuiston who is set to become Britain's first black marchioness in June after her marriage to Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount of Weymouth, when he inherits the title of the Marquess of Bath