The margravine, after conversing with the baroness, received me stiffly.
It was built by a margravine in 1725, and remains as she left it at her death.
My feelings were as if a wave had rolled me helpless to land, at the margravine's mercy should she put another question.
We saw the cannonier march up to the margravine's carriage for orders.
Then Kriemhild spied the margravine standing with her meiny.
Temple said modestly: 'I should call that the margravine of wines.'
The Professor allowed himself extraordinary liberties with strangers, the guests of the margravine.
I do not choose to manage the prince that the margravine may manage me.
I behaved to him like a gentleman, as we phrase it, and obtained once an encouraging nod from the margravine.
They proved to be an irresistible attraction to the margravine.