Similar words: portiere, frontier, court, furtive, courtesy, courier, courtroom, courteous. Meaning: ['kɔːtjə] n. an attendant at the court of a sovereign.
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1, He was neither a plotter nor a courtier.
2, He had been an excellent courtier of the very best tradition.
3, This poem is a dialogue between Sylvanus, a courtier, and Phillis, a country maid.
4, A young courtier, an old beggar.
5, The king disgraced the disloyal courtier.
6, He was an adroit courtier.
7, This courtier represented many of his nation.
8, French courtier and influential mistress of Louis XV. She was guillotined for crimes against the state by a Revolutionary tribunal.
9, I knew him as a courtier , too, and as a bold intriguant.
10, Sir Walter Raleigh , English navigator, courtier, and once favourite of Elizabeth I, was beheaded at Whitehall for treason.
11, A courtier then went ahead of the others to report to the king.
12, English courtier Sir Walter Raleigh made two trips to Guiana to search for El Dorado.
13, The courtier obeyed the king's orders in a complaisant manner.
14, The perfect courtier thrives in a world where everything revolves around power and political dexterity.
15, A senior courtier said:'He is determined to get his traveling costs down.
16, HAMLET Or of a courtier ; Which could say'Good morrow,(http://sentencedict.com/courtier.html) sweet lord!
17, Unkindness, especially unkindness coupled with wit, is the greatest asset a courtier can possess.
18, I must say this openly: d'Aubigny I liked immediately, a gentleman born and bred, a true courtier like myself.
19, She warns him against the dangers of his political activities and tells him that the doge wants her to marry his courtier Paolo.
20, A later book, El Discreto, first published in 1647, gives the counterpoise to El Heroe by drawing an ideal of the prudent courtier as contrasted with the proud and spotless hidalgo.
21, A week later, the baby will be ritually bathed in a cedar tub by a courtier while auspicious texts, written in classic Chinese literary style and wishing it good health and fortune, are read aloud.
22, Maecenas impressed ancient writers by the contrast between the great energy and ability he showed in public life and the luxurious habits he flaunted as a courtier.
23, The success of great scholars and thinkers is commonly a courtier - like success, not kingly, not manly.
24, Down through the generations, Alec's family thought that the man with the insightful demeanour in the painting was Sir Walter Raleigh, the famous explorer and courtier of Elizabeth 1.
25, "I do not dispute that, but there is no denying that the court privileges did attain the same object, " said Prince Andrey. "Every courtier thought himself bound to do credit to his position.