Origin of morganatic
OTHER WORDS FROM morganaticmor·ga·nat·i·cal·ly, adverb
Words nearby morganatic
How to use morganatic in a sentence
Weber, however, had spoken of a morganatic marriage, and fearful pressure might be brought to bear.
Do you understand that it was a great honor he offered Mademoiselle Lannes, to make her his morganatic wife?
It is only the rare man who can conceal enough of his income from his wife to pay for a morganatic affair.Damn!|Henry Louis Mencken
Famous dancer and morganatic wife of Prince Adalbert of Prussia.Memoirs of the Duchesse De Dino|Duchesse De Dino
They become in a sense morganatic wives, lacking only the name, and often not deserving less respect than if they had it.Artist and Model|Ren de Pont-Jest