Definitions for "Duchess"
Keywords:  duke, wife, buccleuch, ducal, tenniel
The wife or widow of a duke; also, a lady who has the sovereignty of a duchy in her own right.
Anne, the heiress of Buccleuch, who had been married to the unhappy Duke of Monmouth, [bastard] son of Charles II. He was beheaded for his rebellion against James II., 1685.
the wife of a duke or a woman holding ducal title in her own right
Keywords:  potato, oven, enriched, cream, piped
A potato puree thats mixed cream, piped into decorative shapes, then browned in an oven.
The name for potato puree that is enriched with cream, then piped into decorative shapes and browned in the oven.They are often piped around the rim of a platter onto which a roast or whole fish may be served.
The name for a basic potato purée that is enriched with butter and egg yolk. When piped into decorative shapes and browned in the oven they are called duchesse potato
The Duchess (Sponge Hooking Boat) is a historic boat in Tarpon Springs, Florida, United States. It is located at the Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks at Dodecanese Boulevard. On August 2, 1990, it was added to the U.S.
An individual who has been granted a large area of land and given a distinct title indicate their being important and belonging/owing allegiance to a kingdom or realm. Such individuals are above Barons in most systems, their land usually being made up of Baronies and other lands that may be held by rich merchants or simply unowned.
Keywords:  queen, twice, woman, least
A woman who has been queen at least twice.
A woman who has been Queen twice or more.
Duchess is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. One unusual feature almost every part of a solitaire game, such as the tableau, the reserve, the stock and waste pile. It also has a high chance of victory.
Keywords:  lustre, grainy, twill, satin, shaft
an 8-12 shaft satin. It is a dress fabric. Very fine yarns are used, particularly in the warp with more ends/inch than picks. The material is string, has a high lustre, and texture, and it is firm. Usually 36" wide. Characterized by grainy twill on back.