Definition of Editresses

1. Noun. (plural of editress) ¹



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Definition of Editresses

1. editress [n] - See also: editress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Editresses

editorialize
editorialized
editorializer
editorializers
editorializes
editorializing
editorially
editorials
editors
editors-in-chief
editors in chief
editorship
editorships
editour
editress
editresses (current term)
editrices
editrix
editrixes
edits
editted
edittin'
editting
edjamacation
edman degradation
edmontosaurus
edobacomab
edoxudine
edoylerite
edratide

Literary usage of Editresses

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1. A Vagabond in New York by Oliver Madox Hueffer (1913)
"They start at the top with about twelve editors-in-chief and work down to a regiment of editresses corresponding to charwomen in London, ..."

2. The Indiana School Journal by Indiana State Teachers Association (1868)
"editresses of the Paper to be read Friday afternoon, Aug. 21— Hannah Collins, Mary Jarrett, and Mary McRae. This Institute, which was the fourth of the ..."

3. Illinois School Journal: A Monthly Magazine for Teachers and School Officers (1885)
"editresses, Misses Blanchard and Deck. Vocal music, Miss Anna С. (.ia*ton. ... editresses, Misses Bertha Glidden and Ruby Gray. Vocal music, Miss Boner. ..."

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