How to Pronounce queens?

Correct pronunciation for the word "queens" is [kwˈiːnz], [kwˈiːnz], [k_w_ˈiː_n_z].

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"Queens" in context

The queens of the world have a long and prestigious history. They have been leaders, warriors, and peacemakers. Throughout history, queens have provided a sense of security, guidance, and protection for their people. Queens have also wielded immense power, often leading nations and empires to success, or leading them to ruin.

For example, Cleopatra of Egypt, who was seen as both a goddess and ruler, is often credited with the construction of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the Ptolemaic kingdom, and the building of a strong navy.

What are similar-sounding words for queens?

Usage over time for queens:

This graph shows how "queens" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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