The nobility or privileged upper class of the aristocracy.
A search that becomes a mission to accomplish a goal.
Scornful and contemptuous; haughty toward others.
To put someone under a spell, either literally or figuratively.
A display of rudeness or insolence; overfamiliarity with one's superiors.
A monk; a member of a Roman Catholic order.
A title of respect given to a married woman, usually of a rather advanced age.
Those who are engaged in an organized battle or fight or physical contest.
Done with an air of great joy or happiness.
Put together or joined haphazardly from whatever materials or resources were immediately available.
A young woman who is not married.
A noble rank just below that of Prince.
To present a gift or honor.
Submissive compliance to the authority of another.
A collection of animals, whether literal or figurative symbols.
Stubborn and rebellious; contemptuous of the need to change or show obediance.
To submit or yield to the will of another or to one's own uncontrollable impulsive desire.
To delay in the arrival at a destination.
Hard work, usually demanding physically labor, but not exclusively.
Beyond a shadow of a doubt; impossible to disprove.
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