Definition of Catherine de medicis

1. Noun. Queen of France as the wife of Henry II and regent during the minority of her son Charles IX (1519-1589).

Generic synonyms: Queen, Regent



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catherine De Medicis

Cathartes
Cathartes aura
Cathartidae
Cathay
Cathaya
Cathayan
Cathayans
Cathays
Cathedral City
Cather
Catherine
Catherine Howard
Catherine I
Catherine II
Catherine Parr
Catherine de Medicis
Catherine of Aragon
Catherine the Great
Catherine wheel
Catherine wheels
Catherinian
Catheryn
Cathi
Cathie
Cathleen
Catholic
Catholic Church
Catholic Churches
Catholic Pope
Catholic Reaction Force

Literary usage of Catherine de medicis

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1. History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain by William Hickling Prescott (1883)
"... their combined forces were beleaguering the capital, in which the king and Catherine de Medicis, his mother, were then held prisoners. ..."

2. Crichton by William Harrison Ainsworth, Hablot Knight Browne (1895)
"... and the ball recommenced* with more spirit than before. CHAPTER IV. CATHERINE DE MEDICIS. Voilà pourquoi j'ai par quelque temps fait conscience ..."

3. The New Century Speaker for School and College: A Collection of Extracts by Henry Allyn Frink (1898)
"THE character of Catherine de Medicis is a study. Remorseless without cruelty and sensual .without passion — a diplomatist without principle and a dreamer ..."

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