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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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A son or grandson of a king or queen.

Usage examples (37)
  • The prince must be a lion, but he must also know how to play the fox.
  • If anything, this passage truly stresses that a prince cannot always be good, “a prince… cannot possibly exercise all those virtues for which men are called...
  • The word prince seemed to have leaped over the language barrier easily enough.
  • prince Philip does not hold the title prince consort, which queen Victoria gave to her husband prince Albert. for more
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  • Another word that sounds like "prince" which is the son of a king, is "prints" which are made by muddy hands on clean walls.
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