Origin of courtier
OTHER WORDS FROM courtierun·der·cour·ti·er, noun
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How to use courtier in a sentence
The prospect of Harry using his personal trauma to promote a TV show would once have sent shivers down the spine of courtiers at Buckingham Palace, but not now.
Among the distinguished talent featured in Couture Dogs of New York is award-winning pet fashion courtier Anthony Rubio.FIT Hosts BARK-à-Porter: Art Deco-Themed Pet Fashion Show|Claire Stern|May 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In fact, a senior courtier tells the Royalist that the China idea never even reached the planning stage.Harry To Go Back On Tour, But Not To China|Tom Sykes|February 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Even for the most forward-looking courtier, that might be a modernization too far.Chelsy Davy, Prince Harry's Hard-Partying Royal Wedding Date|Tom Sykes|April 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But the essence of Disraeli's genius as a courtier was his ability to make it all about her.Bachelor Brad Womack's Hidden Brilliance|Nicole LaPorte|February 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And to top it all off, retired courtier Valantino Garavani threw a lavish party at his expansive estate, Château de Wideville.Best of Paris Fashion Week|Kevin Tachman, Isabel Wilkinson|July 9, 2010|DAILY BEAST
A favorite of king and courtier, its use was alike common in the palace and the courtyard.
But the new Marshal cared little for the life of a courtier, much as he prized his military distinctions.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
Ever since the Dutch looked upon the plant it has been more to them than king and courtier.
Abbot was nothing of a courtier, and, indeed, no very pleasant-natured man.
And now, having attained all he could desire, Wilkes sank the patriot in the courtier.