queen


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queen

Sociology
A commonly used but derogatory term for a male homosexual, especially one who is flamboyantly effeminate.

Vox populi
A female monarch.

queen

a mature, entire female cat used for breeding.
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The Queen turned crimson with fury, and, after glaring at her for a moment like a wild beast, screamed `Off with her head
said Alice, very loudly and decidedly, and the Queen was silent.
After which the yeomen gave three cheers for the Queen and three more for her page, and drank toasts to them both, rising to their feet.
For we must be a credit to the Queen as well as the good greenwood.
You see, cardinal," replied the queen, "that your enemies are mine.
It is because in my prosperity I forgot those old friends, monsieur; because I have acted like Queen Marie de Medicis, who, returning from her first exile, treated with contempt all those who had suffered for her and, being proscribed a second time, died at Cologne abandoned by every one, even by her own son.
I believe the queen to have too high a sense of her duty, sire.
But they have corresponded; it is to him that the queen has been writing all the day.
A little provoked, she drew back, and after looking everywhere for the queen (whom she spied out at last, a long way off), she thought she would try the plan, this time, of walking in the opposite direction.
Then they went out all day long to their work, seeking for gold and silver in the mountains: but Snowdrop was left at home; and they warned her, and said, 'The queen will soon find out where you are, so take care and let no one in.
The Wicked Queen knowing this made every attempt to get the Prince out of the country, but her efforts failed, till one day accident did what she was unable to accomplish.
I bring a kind message to him from our Queen, therefore an ye know where he is to be found, I pray you to guide me thither.