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  • noun Plural form of aviatrix.

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Examples

  • At this time in aviation history, Barnes was one of only two dozen aviatrixes in the United States, a contemporary of female flyers such as Amelia Earhart.

    AS SEEN ON TV: PANCHO BARNES

  • In the new movie directed by Mira Nair starring Hilary Swank, Earhart is the ideal and idealized woman of her time, a role model for young aviatrixes and women everywhere. var blogs_amount = 4;

    Melissa Silverstein: Where We Are as Women (In Film)

  • Earhart was the ideal and most idealized woman of her time, a role model for young aviatrixes, and women everywhere.

    Regina Weinreich: Amelia

  • Bertha "Bert" Walter, one of the early local aviatrixes, served as his assistant and secretary of the flying service.

    The Journal-Standard Homepage RSS

  • Famous aviatrixes stand you up, passenger planes mysteriously vanish midflight, and the elegant aerodrome is eventually stormed and conquered by hostile forces.

    artforum.com

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