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  • n. Plural form of noblewoman.


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  • When I travel, I like to track down some of the more specialized attractions - the ones that have always lured history's outsiders, the debauched aristocrats, wild monks and free-spirited noblewomen who populate the continent's secret past.

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  • The beautiful noblewomen wore clothing that barred very little from sight so that they could easily present the gifts of their advanced fore-mothers.


  • Even noblewomen of the day were usually far more physically active than any modern person and would need to know how to ride a horse well just so they could get around.

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  • In Roman times Ventotene, known as Pandataria, was used to exile disgraced Roman noblewomen.

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  • Unlike other noblewomen of her day, she transcended class boundaries: she met with the tsar on publishing business and assisted peasant women in labor.

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  • Last year, the project found five wrecks off nearby Ventotene, an island used in Roman times to exile disgraced Roman noblewomen.

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  • A lady named Deborah Anne McGillivray writes a romance series about beautiful hot blooded noblewomen with names like Aithinne and Tamlyn and studly Knights with names like 'The Black Dragon and such as that.

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  • They were also contemptuous of English noblewomen.

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  • He seemed unaware of the tension between the two noblewomen.

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  • Although men and women alike flocked to public executions, and this one, on Tower Hill, took place in a great square that could accommodate a considerable crowd, I could only feel relieved that noblewomen were not expected to attend such spectacles.

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