Definition of Conductresses

1. Noun. (plural of conductress) ¹



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Definition of Conductresses

1. conductress [n] - See also: conductress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conductresses

conductivity
conductometer
conductometric
conductometry
conductor
conductorial
conductorless
conductorly
conductors
conductorship
conductorships
conductory
conductour
conductours
conductress
conductresses (current term)
conducts
conductus
conduit
conduit bender
conduits
conduplicate
conduplication
conduplicato corpore
condurango
conduritol
conduritols
condurrite
condylar
condylar articulation

Literary usage of Conductresses

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"In several instances there were passages of arms between drivers and the more considerate conductresses. " As the firing grew heavier, however, ..."

2. South America, Social, Industrial, and Political: A Twenty-five-thousand by Frank George Carpenter (1900)
"The conductresses wear sailor hats, dark dresses, and white aprons, ... The conductresses are usually honest, but the companies have spotters, men spies who ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1850)
"The stranger, with a better grace than might have been expected, followed his conductresses to the depository of the military stores, and gravely selected ..."

4. The Professor by Charlotte Brontë, Anne Brontë, Patrick Brontë (1900)
"The conductresses of this school were of my acquaintances ; and though I cannot say that they occupied the very highest place in my opinion—for they had ..."

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