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  • n. Plural form of Highness.


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  • Abdulaziz, and mere "Highnesses" "Saheb Al Sumou" from less direct branches of the Al Saud ruling family.

    The Guardian World News

  • They believe that a degree of privacy and understanding is essential if Their Royal Highnesses are to provide a happy and secure upbringing for their children.

    William and Kate

  • As guests of The President and his wife only a few weeks ago, Their Royal Highnesses experienced at first hand their generous hospitality during what was a very memorable and enjoyable visit to Poland.

    Condolences roll in after plane crash

  • Well, let's just said I'd ga ga oh rah rah straight on over to Her Highnesses 'for tea and dates.

    Anne Peterson: Midwest Girl Living in a Mid East World

  • Your Majesties, Your Royal Highnesses, distinguished members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, citizens of America, and citizens of the world:

    Barack H. Obama - Nobel Lecture

  • Their Royal Highnesses are grateful to you for taking the trouble to write as you did and were touched by your kind words of support.

    Jerry Zezima: "Royal Response"

  • Interestingly, Her Highnesses 'own degree came from Qatar University, the same college that furrows its brow at her legacy in the making.

    Anne Peterson: I Heart the Qatar Foundation

  • "Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to attend the marriage and are very happy for the young couple," the statement said.

    European royals at Prince William's wedding

  • I assure Your Highnesses that I believe that in the world there are not a better people or a better land.

    The Chosen Peoples

  • “Enjoy your little royal expedition here, Your Majestic Highnesses,” Jack said bitterly.

    Half Upon a Time


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