American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The wife of a Kaiser.
- n. Used as the title for such a woman.
- German, feminine of Kaiser, Kaiser; see Kaiser. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Armistice and set up housekeeping together, our female "Kaiserin" being a sharp-featured, grey-haired young lady of about fifty-five, who "looked after us" very well, and though she possessed many idiosyncrasies, did not rob us quite so openly as do most housekeepers of the London bachelor's home.”
“At seven our buxom "Kaiserin" put our meal upon the table -- a roast, a sweet, and a wedge of Cheshire cheese.”
“Our "Kaiserin" had gone home, so I rose, put on my overcoat, switched off the lights and descended the stairs to Hammersmith Bridge.”
“The fire in the sitting-room had been lit by the "Kaiserin" ready for his home-coming, and everything seemed bright and cosy.”
“Parania, who would later go by Pauline or Polly, arrived at Ellis Island on October 28, 1911 after a ten-day journey from Hamburg on the S.S. Kaiserin Auguste Victoria.”
“She graduated from Kaiserin Augusta Gymnasium and received her Doctor of Laws degree from Heidelberg University in 1911.”
“Augusta Victoria Hospice Kaiserin Augusta Victoria Hospital on, 9, 14, 78, 215”
“The 3rd Battle Squadron — König, Kronprinz Wilhelm, Kaiserin, and Markgraf — reached Kiel on November 1 with many seamen in irons.”
“Then Warspite, turning hard inside Valiant and Malaya, was hit near the stern by a 12-inch shell from Kaiserin.”
“When Trampy received the visit of the _Gerichtsdiener_, with the bill of costs to pay -- for the Kolossal sued the Kaiserin for damages and the”
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