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crown princess

noun
1.
the wife of a crown prince.
2.
a female heir presumptive or heir apparent to a throne.
Origin of crown princess
1860-1865
1860-65
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  • At the moment the crown-princess entered, said some words to her husband in a low voice, and went out again.

    The Secrets of Potsdam William Le Queux
  • Of the crown-princess I inquired whither he had gone, but, as usual, she had no idea.

    The Secrets of Potsdam William Le Queux
  • "First, the Emperor must know nothing, and the crown-princess must be kept in entire ignorance at all costs," he declared.

    The Secrets of Potsdam William Le Queux
  • The crown-princess went out: it was time to hurry and dress.

    Majesty Louis Couperus
  • Of the crown-princess there is some pleasant shadow traced as on cobweb, to this effect.

  • I am so very glad to see you at last,—and I felt at once that the crown-princess was a friend.

    The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6 Augustus J. C. Hare
  • As you know, after the little affair with the crown-princess I trust to your absolute discretion.

    The Secrets of Potsdam William Le Queux
British Dictionary definitions for crown-princess

crown princess

noun
1.
the wife of a crown prince
2.
the female heir to a sovereign throne
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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