Definition of Comediennes

1. Noun. (plural of comedienne) ¹



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Definition of Comediennes

1. comedienne [n] - See also: comedienne

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comediennes

comeback kids
comebacker
comebackers
comebacks
comeddle
comeddled
comeddles
comedian
comedians
comediator
comedic
comedically
comedication
comedications
comedienne
comediennes (current term)
comedies
comedietta
comedo
comedocarcinoma
comedogen
comedogenic
comedogenically
comedogenics
comedogens
comedolytic
comedolytics
comedonecrosis
comedones
comedos

Literary usage of Comediennes

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1. How Motion Pictures are Made by Homer Croy (1918)
"There are no film comediennes worthy of the name. The part is being assayed by a meager half-dozen with success in no way commensurate ..."

2. Thaïs: An Opera in Three Acts and Seven Scenes by Jules Massenet, Louis Gallet, Anatole France (1907)
"(Groups of histrions and comediennes, intermingled with philosophers, ... HISTRIONS, comediennes PHILOS (surrounding Thais and bowing before her). ..."

3. The Library & Art Collection of Henry de Pene Du Bois, of New York. B by Henri Pène du Bois (1887)
"1479 MOLIERE.—HOUSSAYE (Arsene, ancien directeur de la Come"die Francaise, 1849-1856). Les comediennes de MOLIERE. Portraits in three states and some ..."

4. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1899)
"Her adventures involve several distressed comedians and a few comediennes, including Ruth Weston, who has to hide the papers in her girdle. ..."

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