It was enough for him that an appanage of Royalty had said that some day, perhaps, he would give him his gold cap.
And needless to say Leopold can't get along on his salary and appanage.
The children of Ysiaslaf had provinces assigned them in appanage.
He would then marry the daughter of one of them, and annex Scotland as her appanage.
Aumale itself was conferred by Philip Augustus as an appanage on his son Philip.
But the superior income which is the appanage of superior status is not rent of ability.
More akin to the tics is stereotypy of written language, so common an appanage of mental disease.
It was, he considered, the garment and appanage of every sentient being.
Azerbaijan is an appanage of the Vali Ahd (the Persian heir-apparent).
An appanage of the Crown, they had been called so from the days of William the Conqueror.
c.1600, from French apanage (13c.), from apaner "to endow with means of subsistence," from Medieval Latin appanare "equip with bread," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + panis "bread" (see food). Originally, provisions made for younger children of royalty. The double -p- restored in French 15c.-16c., in English 17c.