favour at court

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  • He could scarcely expect to be received with much favour at court. Cited from The Life of Columbus, by Arthur Helps
  • At first it was received with high favour at Court. Cited from Books Fatal to Their Authors, by P. H. Ditchfield
  • St John still remained in favour at court.
  • His high favour at court kept her in subjects for uneasiness. Cited from The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 1, by Rupert Hughes
  • After that Jack got into great favour at court, and used to have long chats with the Queen herself. Cited from Tales of Wonder Every Child Should Know, by Various
  • Now this said captain had two sons, good Catholics, of whom the eldest was in favour at court. Cited from Droll Stories, Complete, by Honore de Balzac
  • For a long time Sutcliffe was in high favour at court.
  • He was out of favour at court and probably embittered by Spanish politics, and withdrew from public life.
  • He has received a government appointment, with a very good salary; and I understand he is in high favour at court. Cited from The Sorrows of Young Werther, by J.W. Goethe
  • He had come, and with as splendid a train as ever was beheld, and was in high favour at court. Cited from The Lances Of Lynwood, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • With the accession of Louis Philippe I she fell out of favour at court.
  • What it might portend who could say; but it was bad fortune the child should lose favour at Court to such slight purpose. Cited from The Adventures of Akbar, by Flora Annie Steel
  • The Catholics in England being at first in some favour at Court, managed, as a rule, to escape taking it.
  • Pean's favour at Court lay in the charms of his wife. Cited from Picturesque Quebec, by James MacPherson Le Moine
  • While thus living in high favour at Court, Fenelon sought nothing for himself or his friends, although at times he was even in want of money. Cited from The Existence of God, by Francois de Salignac de La Mothe-Fenelon
  • Lulli found great favour at court, and, indeed, astonished the world with his exquisite taste and skill. Cited from Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday, by Henry C. Lahee
  • These men, more wretched than their associates who suffered death, were distributed into gangs, and bestowed on persons who enjoyed favour at court. Cited from History of England, James II Vol. 1, Macaulay
  • At the Restoration he was in high favour at Court and was made Earl of Tyrconnell.
  • Carew was already out of favour at court, having responded angrily to an insult made by the King.
  • The crowds in the streets made way for the khan, who was known to be in high favour at court, and was treated accordingly with every mark of respect. Cited from The Young Rajah, by W.H.G. Kingston
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