Definition of 'concubine'
Example sentences containing 'concubine'
`And it was that long ago you sold me, Old Chief, because all my babies miscarried, and you found you a new concubine you liked better.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2001)
He brought Rosamond into his bed, even to his table, honoured her as if she were Queen, not concubine.HERE BE DRAGONS (2001) A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2001)
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