What is another word for noblewoman?

51 synonyms found


[ nˈə͡ʊbə͡lwˌʊmən], [ nˈə‍ʊbə‍lwˌʊmən], [ n_ˈəʊ_b_əl_w_ˌʊ_m_ə_n]

A noblewoman can be referred to as a lady, a female aristocrat, a dame, a peeress, or a gentlewoman. A lady is a more general term that can refer to any woman of upper-class status. A female aristocrat is specific to women who are members of the aristocracy, while a dame is a title of honor for women of distinguished achievements in various fields. Peeress is another term for a female peer, someone who holds a hereditary aristocratic title. Lastly, a gentlewoman refers to a woman of good family, education, and social standing who is polite and refined. These synonyms all suggest a woman of high social standing, grace, and reputation.

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How to use "Noblewoman" in context?

A noblewoman is a woman of elevated social status. The term typically applies to women who are members of the upper classes, who have more money and privilege than regular women. Historically, the term has been applied to women who possessed qualities like independence, strength, and wisdom. In the 21st century, the term has come to be used more broadly to describe any woman who is successful and accomplished.

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  • n.

    • person
      female aristocrat.

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