Definition of Negresses

1. Noun. (plural of negress) ¹



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Definition of Negresses

1. negress [n] - See also: negress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Negresses

negotiates
negotiating
negotiations
negotiator
negotiators
negotiatory
negotiatress
negotiatrices
negotiatrix
negotiorum gestio
negotiosities
negotiosity
negotious
negress
negresses
negrita
negritic
negrito
negritude
negritudes
negro
negro peach
negro pepper
negro spiritual
negro vine
negroes
negroid
negroid race
negroidal

Literary usage of Negresses

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1. New Egypt by Amédée Baillot de Guerville (1906)
"Poor negresses, their woman's instinct seemed to tell them that all that was ... Then all these negresses threw themselves on the ground in order that they ..."

2. The Condition of Woman in the United States: A Traveler's Notes by Marie Thérèse de Solms Blanc, Th. Bentzon, Abby Langdon Alger (1895)
"AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE AT HAMPTON : NEGROES AND Negresses. A WOMAN'S PRISON: SHERBORN. I FEEL that all I have said of Boston would be incomplete if I failed ..."

3. Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal by William Beckford (1835)
"Countess of Pombeiro and her dwarf negresses.—A strange ballet—Return to the Palace. ... negresses ..."

4. Down South: Or, An Englishman's Experience at the Seat of the American War by Samuel Phillips Day (1862)
"... President Harrison— Birthplace of Ex-President Tyler—City Point—A Confederate Gun-Boat—An Assembly of Negresses—West- over—Fort Powhatan—Grove Wharf—The ..."

5. Jonathan and His Continent: Rambles Through American Society by Max O'Rell, Jack Allyn (1889)
"The Negresses, — I Insult a Woman. OTELS are one of the strongest attractions in America to the Americans, especially the ladies. When we Europeans travel, ..."

6. A Lady's Second Journey Round the World: From London to the Cape of Good by Ida Pfeiffer (1856)
"Dangerous Meeting with two Negresses.—Malay.—Singapore. —Sarawak.—Rajah Brooke.—Malay and Chinese Dwellings.—Excursion to the Dyaks and the Antimony Mines. ..."

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