Countess [noun]

Definition of Countess:

member of royal or important family

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Sentence/Example of Countess:

How little did he divine that the letter of the doctor was called forth by a communication from the countess-dowager.

The Countess drew a beautiful miniature from its case, which lay on the sofa near her, and presented it to her young charge.

This haughty Countess, by the way, has always had a great fascination for me, because she looks like a woman who "has a history."

And the countess-dowager fanned herself complacently, and neither she nor Maude cared for the absence of a groomsman.

The countess-dowager was not very adroit at spelling and composition, whether French or English, as you observe.

Hedges had to go on his way also, for it was close upon the countess-dowager's dinner-hour, at which ceremony he must attend.

A woman with such capabilities would be wasted in the rle of a mere countess—but as the wife of an aspiring Liberal statesman!

His sister, who became Countess in her own right, was married to a local manufacturer, William Humphrys.

When my lady went upstairs, he asked whether that was the countess, and followed her to the foot of the stairs to look after her.

The countess-dowager sat fanning herself quietly: for her daughter's words were gaining ground.