Lord and Noblewoman
Opposite meaning words
Both words in one sentence
- While technically not a princess, rather a noblewoman and daughter to a feudal lord, she managed to overthrow Satan himself and rule Hell's throne in her own right.
Source: Badass Princess
- Randall Garrett's first Lord Darcy mystery, "The Eyes Have It", had this as its motive for homicide, as a noblewoman had killed her obsessed brother to stop him from raping her.
- In "Lady Clare," a lengthy poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, the titular noblewoman discovers that her nursemaid Alice is actually her biological mother, who had been the nursemaid of the real Lady Clare.
Source: Switched at Birth
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