from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A woman professional entertainer who tells jokes or performs various other comic acts.
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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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But if [the Human Rights Campaign] thinks that having a rally at Freedom Plaza with a comedienne is the right approach, I have to wonder.
Well known as a comedienne in New Zealand and Canada, where she has lived since the 1990s, is Deborah Filler, daughter of Holocaust survivors.
The comedienne is a Saturday Night Live alum and also appeared on the cult TV hit Arrested Development.
Mo'Nique, best known as a comedienne and talk-show host, was named best supporting actress.
The comedienne is the latest addition to the Female Force comic book series by Bluewater Productions.
She may be in a unique position to know - the comedienne was her great-aunt.
The actress, better known as a comedienne in the US, was honoured for her performance at the Sundance Film Festival.
Self-proclaimed America's Best Christian Betty Bowers (aka comedienne Deven Green) explains the Lord's concept of marriage to less-informed Christians.
Janina a "comedienne" she had made him feel abashed with her simplicity and enthusiasm.
She defines herself, going back to the lexicon of French theatre, as a 'comedienne' rather than an actress.