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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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When the procession came opposite to Alice, they all stopped and looked at her, and the Queen said severely `Who is this?
But," continued the queen, "you have doubtless come for some important purpose.
And the Queen had said, "Fain would I see this bold yeoman, and behold his skill at the long-bow.
Now," said the Queen, "I know of three yeomen, and in truth I have seen them not long since, that I would not fear to match against any three that thou canst choose from among all thy fortyscore archers; and, moreover, I will match them here this very day.
Permit me to introduce to you her Majesty, the Queen.
His majesty, a prince of much gravity and austere countenance, not well observing my shape at first view, asked the queen after a cold manner "how long it was since she grew fond of a SPLACNUCK?
Thank you, I am quite well," answered the Queen, demurely, as she sat up and displayed the tiny golden crown upon her head.
She flew down from her perch and walked into the next room, the Queen following.
My Lord," cried the queen, "you forget that I have never said that I love you.
He was bent on founding a colony, and again and yet again he sent out ships and men, spending all the wealth which the Queen heaped upon him in trying to extend her dominions beyond the seas.
But the King went so often to his dear children that the Queen was offended at his absence.
No," said the queen, warmly; "no, sire; they who are rich in this age, under your reign, are rich because you have been willing they should be so, and I entertain against them neither malice nor envy; they have, without doubt, served your majesty sufficiently well for your majesty to have permitted them to reward themselves.