crown princess

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crown princess

n.
1. The female heir apparent to a throne.
2. The wife of a crown prince.

crown princess

n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the wife of a crown prince
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the female heir to a sovereign throne

crown′ prin′cess


n.
1. the wife of a crown prince.
2. a female heir presumptive or heir apparent to a throne.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.crown princess - the wife of a crown princecrown princess - the wife of a crown prince    
married woman, wife - a married woman; a man's partner in marriage
2.crown princess - a female heir apparent to a throne
princess - a female member of a royal family other than the queen (especially the daughter of a sovereign)
Translations
زوجة ولي العَـهـْـدوليَّـة العَـهْـد
korunní princeznanáslednice trůnu
kronprinsesse
trónörökösné/nõ
krónprinsessa
korunná princezná
kraliçe adayıprensesveliahtın eşi

crown

(kraun) noun
1. a circular, often jewelled, head-dress, especially one worn as a mark of royalty or honour. the queen's crown.
2. (with capital) the king or queen or governing power in a monarchy. revenue belonging to the Crown.
3. the top eg of a head, hat, hill etc. We reached the crown of the hill.
4. (an artificial replacement for) the part of a tooth which can be seen.
verb
1. to make (someone) king or queen by placing a crown on his or her head. The archbishop crowned the queen.
2. to form the top part of (something). an iced cake crowned with a cherry.
3. to put an artificial crown on (a tooth).
4. to hit (someone) on the head. If you do that again, I'll crown you!
crown prince
the heir to the throne.
crown princess
1. the wife of a crown prince.
2. the female heir to the throne.
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Speaking of the tribe, one of our crown princesses, so to speak, the eminent lesbian novelist Sarah Schulman, has a new book out, titled Shimmer, which I started reading out of duty but soon found myself eager to return to.