Widely considered one of the composer's most beautiful operas, The Abduction from the Seraglio tells the story of a noblewoman , Konstanze, who is kidnapped and taken to the Orient.
A noblewoman bears children and raises them to be fine nobles.
Whether the male aristocrat's mistress was a noblewoman or a performer, the affair certainly remained a display of patriarchal power.
Before, she had assumed that her life would be set in stone; she would marry a noble, live the sheltered life of a noblewoman , and bear children.
It would have looked slightly odd to an outsider, a noblewoman all but begging her brother's squire not to make her trudge through the woods after a mysterious cry.
The king then marries Marina, a Polish noblewoman who disguises her lust for power as passionate love.
Likewise, the status of the father determined that of the offspring; the children of a noblewoman who married a commoner would not be noble.
My father was a nobleman in England, and my mother was a noblewoman born in France, but had moved to England when she was a little girl.
After stepping into a cheap-looking time machine that seems to be made out of bathroom mirrors, they end up in the medieval days of yore and run around a lot trying to rescue him and save a noblewoman .
The book belonged variously to an English lady, a Scottish noblewoman and thereafter to members of the Stewart family and two notable antiquarians.