Definition of Marchionesses

1. Noun. (plural of marchioness) ¹



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Definition of Marchionesses

1. marchioness [n] - See also: marchioness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marchionesses

marchese
marcheses
marchesi
marcheth
marchiafava-bignami disease
marching
marching ants
marching band
marching bands
marching music
marching order
marching orders
marchings
marchion-ess
marchioness
marchionesses (current term)
marchland
marchlands
marchlike
marchman
marchmen
marchpane
marchpanes
marcht
marcid
marcidity
marcionite
marcionites
marconied
marconigram

Literary usage of Marchionesses

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1. The Book of Snobs, Etc., Etc by William Makepeace Thackeray (1892)
"BY THE AUTHORESS OF "DUKES AND DEJEUNERS," "HEARTS AND DIAMONDS," "marchionesses AND MILLINERS," &C. &C. ..."

2. Naples: Political, Social, and Religious by Frederick Richard Chichester Belfast, Frederick Richard [Chichester (1856)
"The climate—Want of social amusements— Meagre entertainments — Great families — Poverty—Noble plate stealers — Lodgings — marchionesses — Spare ..."

3. Memoirs by Laure Junot (1832)
"... ladies of the Spanish court—The Duchess d'Ossuna—The marchionesses de Santa Cruz and Camarosa—The Marchioness d*Ariza—The Marchioness de Santiago—The ..."

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