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- n. Obsolete form of empress.
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- n. See empress.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Obsolete forms of empress.
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The emperess showed some kindness in her anger by cutting him off at a time so convenient for his reputation.
Olympiodorus, in Photius's Extracts, tells us of one Libanius, who practised this kind of military magick, and having promised [Greek: choris hopliton kata barbaron energein], _to perform great things against the barbarians without soldiers_, was, at the instances of the emperess Placidia, put to death, when he was about to have given proofs of his abilities.
One for bathing, one for games and recreation, one for the emperess and her ladies and one for meditation.
Do we recognize a naked (and ignorant) emperess or not.
The Republicans have gotten far in squelching conversation about whether the emperess had any credible clothes.