Definition of Aviatrice

1. [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Aviatrice

aviates
aviatic
aviating
aviation
aviation cruiser
aviation cruisers
aviation medicine
aviation otitis
aviations
aviator
aviator's disease
aviator's ear
aviators
aviatress
aviatresses
aviatrice (current term)
aviatrices
aviatrix
aviatrixes
avibirnavirus
avicennite
avicidal
avicide
avicides
avicolous
avicula
avicular
avicularia
avicularium
aviculture

Literary usage of Aviatrice

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Italy by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1877)
"The return route may also be accomplished by Accumuli and Cirila Reale, through the valley of the Velino to Antrodoco, or by Accumuli, aviatrice, ..."

2. Days Near Rome by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (1875)
"... with a stately front by Cola da aviatrice (1525-42). On the right, is the tomb of the saint, covered with reliefs by Silvestro Salviati (1505). ..."

3. Jailed for Freedom by Doris Stevens (1920)
"Another young woman, an aviatrice, was seized by the coat collar and thrown to the pavement for trying to keep hold of her banner. ..."

4. The Mastery of French: Direct Method a Series of Lessons, Including a Simple by Gustave Pierre Fougeray (1922)
"... avenue. averse, /., shower. aveugle, blind. aveugle, m., blind man. aviateur, m., aviatrice, /., avia- tor. avide, greedy. avis, m., opinion. avocat, ..."

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