Definitions for queen of england

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Queen of England(noun)

    the sovereign ruler of England

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. King Henry IV of France:

    ...Henri IV of France wisecracked that there were three things that nobody believed: that Archduke Albert was a good general, that he (Henri) was a good Catholic and the Queen of England was a virgin..." E.J. Burford, The Orrible Synne, Calders & Bayers, London, 1973, Ch. 13, p. 166.

  2. David Sable:

    Everybody he spoke to walked away and felt they were his friend, he had this ability to connect with you, whether it was the queen of England, the prime minister of Australia or the guy who cleaned the pews in the synagogue. He had an incredible connective ability. That's what made him such a good diplomat.

  3. Ira Carmen:

    You know who has tenure? The pope has tenure. The Queen of England has tenure. So does Fidel and the communists - because they represent the people, of course (scoff). Federal judges have tenure as well - no federal judge has ever successfully been removed. And then there's the college professors. Me. How do you like that?

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