Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A female interlocutor.
“Her interlocutress was her sister, and even in a discussion with a person long since initiated she was not incapable of feeling that her beauty was a new advantage.”
“All the same, I pressed my interlocutress, "I promise you I would have told!”
“I looked at Jeffrey Aspern's face in the little picture, partly in order not to look at that of my interlocutress, which had begun to trouble me, even to frighten me a little -- it was so self-conscious, so unnatural.”
“I ended by making my interlocutress believe that I was an honorable person, though of course I did not even attempt to persuade her that I was not an eccentric one.”
“Colonel might be depended on, they would spend at Fawns; and nothing came home to her more, in this connection, or inspired her with a more intimate interest, than her sense of absolutely seeing her interlocutress forbear to observe that Charlotte's view of a long visit, even from such allies, was there to be reckoned with.”
“And the effect, for his interlocutress, was still further to be deepened.”
“Mrs. Farrinder inquired, looking at her interlocutress, up and down, with the eye of business, in which there was a certain chill.”
“Vanderbank's face it was in all probability caught by his interlocutress, who superficially, however, need have recognised there -- what was all she showed -- but the right manner of waiting for dinner.”
“Besides "-- and Mr. Longdon's interlocutress was even more confiding --" I do want you so very intensely to know her.”
“Ah it isn't that she doesn't 'act'!" his interlocutress ejaculated.”
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