The female counterpart to a scion. A female descendant or child of a wealthy, aristocratic, or influential family. An heiress to a financial empire.
Sporting a diamond-encrusted Tiara, Miss Erica Rose, unabashed debutante and scioness of the Franklin-Cindi empire, is the most promisingly treacherous of contestants vying to star on this year's Roman rehash of "The Bachelor", which shall showcase 25 ambitious young thangs dueling to wed the Prince Lorenzo Borcheezy, who it is reputed holds a number of lapsed ducal titles to small tracts of property in the Southern United States, among them the little fleabite of a (or flea-bitten) town of Collyel, Louisiana in Livingston Parish.
by Russell Clark December 03, 2006