Definition of Murderess

1. Noun. A woman murderer.

Generic synonyms: Liquidator, Manslayer, Murderer



Definition of Murderess

1. n. A woman who commits murder.

Definition of Murderess

1. Noun. A woman who commits murder. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Murderess

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Medical Definition of Murderess

1. A woman who commits murder. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Murderess

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murderess (current term)
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Literary usage of Murderess

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1. The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health (1840)
"The above cuts are designed to present two different views of the head of Gesche Margarethe Gottfried, who rendered herself notorious as a murderess. ..."

2. The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV., King by Charles Greville (1899)
"... Lord Anglesey—Lord Falmouth and Lord Grey—O'Connell at Dinner—The Duke breaks with Lord Eldon—Hibner the murderess— Theatrical Fund—The Levee—The Duke's ..."

3. Fifty Years of English Song: Selections from the Poets of the Reign of Victoria by Henry Fitz Randolph (1888)
"... fruitless and lonely: And you without me, a wonder In my most beautiful dream. TO A YOUNG murderess™ FAIR, yellow murderess, whose gilded ..."

4. The Prophets: Or, Mormonism Unveiled by Orvilla S. Belisle (1855)
"Traces of the murderess.— They are obliterated by the wily Prophet.—The husband and wife.—The wife's dream.— Not all a dream.—The fatal knife. ..."

5. Theatrical Management in the West and South for Thirty Years by Solomon Smith (1868)
"LETTER FROM A REPENTANT murderess. Charlotte Ewing to Sol. Smith. "New Orleans, May 25,1845. " MR. SOL. SMITH: DEAR SIR,—I wrote to you last winter, ..."

6. Plays and Players: Leaves from a Critic's Scrapbook by Walter Prichard Eaton (1916)
"... MAUDE ADAMS AS A murderess "The Legend of Leonora"—Empire Theater, January 5, 1914 JM Barrie's latest play is making a lot of trouble just now. ..."

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