Definition of Taskmistresses

1. Noun. (plural of taskmistress) ¹



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Definition of Taskmistresses

1. taskmistress [n] - See also: taskmistress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taskmistresses

taskbar
taskbars
taskboard
taskboards
tasked
tasker
taskers
taskforce
taskforces
tasking
taskings
tasklist
taskmaster
taskmasters
taskmistress
taskmistresses (current term)
tasks
taskwork
taskworks
taslet
taslets
tasmania
tasmanian

Literary usage of Taskmistresses

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1. The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and Subsequent by Sharon Turner (1838)
"Under these gentle taskmistresses (for such has been almost uniformly the character of Turkish female« of high rank) the people had attained the highest ..."

2. The Sacred History of the World: As Displayed in the Creation and Subsequent by Sharon Turner (1838)
"Under these gentle taskmistresses (for such has been almost uniformly the character of Turkish females of high tank) the people had attained the highest ..."

3. Christmas Blossoms, and New Year's Wreath by Uncle Thomas (1854)
"... and of poverty's hardest tyrant— cruel taskmasters and taskmistresses over those who have none to defend them. Ah me! we soon find it a hard world, ..."

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