from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The wife of a crown-prince: as, the crown-princess of Prussia.
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After two days and EUR 20m of princely wedding festivities in the tiny Mediterranean tax haven of Monaco, one image has come to define the new crown-princess, Charlene.
** Owing to the death of the crown-princess Margaret, no member of the Royal family was present at the Prize ceremony, which for special reasons had been postponed to early in June, 1920.
They all, and particularly Roberta, had begun to feel a little hurt as the days went by and Mary indulged in many mysterious absences and made unconvincing excuses for refusing invitations that, as Katherine Kittredge said, were enough to turn the head of a crown-princess.
American very little older than Boyne himself, to whom a wilful young crown-princess, in a little state which Trannel would not name even to