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queendom

[kween-duh m]
noun
  1. the position or status of a queen.
  2. the realm of a queen.
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Origin of queendom

First recorded in 1600–10; queen + -dom
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Historical Examples of queendom

  • I am willing to give up my queendom, if you, on your part, will give yours up.

    The School Queens

    L. T. Meade

  • Even if, after all, the cup of queendom was dashed from her lips untasted, she had made not a bad bargain for herself.

  • Dahlias are going out of repute, and the Rose is resuming its ancient empire in the queendom of Flora.

    Parsons on the Rose

    Samuel Browne Parsons

  • For our only way to arrive safe at the queendom of Whims was to trust to the whirlwind and be led by the current.


British Dictionary definitions for queendom

queendom

noun
  1. a territory, state, people, or community ruled over by a queen
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