Duchess in a Sentence 

Definition of Duchess  

a female member of a royal family who is married to (or the widow of) a duke

Examples of Duchess in a sentence

The wife of Prince Henry, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, will likely be queen one day.  
As a duchess of royal blood, the duke’s widow was in charge of many of the kingdom’s charitable events.  
A public role model for the royal family, the duchess was expected to show refinement and grace while representing the queen.  

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