from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A female druid; a druidic prophetess or sorceress.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A female Druid; a prophetess.
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- noun A
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In "Cave of the Druids" by Archie Goodwin & Reed Crandall, Roman Legionnaire, Marcus Severus is drawn into danger by the siren call of a sultry druidess, and narrowly avoids sacrificial death by turning the tables on her by his own strength of will.
Her mother was a fey druidess, and her late father had been a warlock of questionable repute.
If he'd done nothing yet to ignite the kind of love that the druidess had forecast in Londinium ... well, that would come.
He finally tore his eyes away from the druidess Cliodna, who was scratching her nose, to open a bag of Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans.
He stirred restlessly in the cave, his enormous tail wrenching and thrashing, until the druidess, plagued by many sleepless nights, gathered and placed a sizable mound of straw and dried leaves by the cave mouth, on sturdy rock and out of inclement winds.
He had not seen his friends since the middle of last yearneither the druidess nor her husband.
As the druidess swept the leaves from the mouth of the cave, an odd clattering in the cavern's recesses startled her.
"That would be the druidess?" the older one offered, more question than answer in his voice.
The druidess wiped herself off and crept toward the dazed dragon.
Touching it, he saw the very pictures of the words the druidess spoke, and morefor this bucket had not only been witness to the story she was telling, but its wood remembered things she did not know.