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- n. Plural form of editress.
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But there are unhappy stenographers and editresses and concert singers.
We 'ad a young lady here who used to say she'd undertake to get an extra half-sovereign out of any editor in town; but editresses there was no managing.
She is the wife of a cattleman and certainly not well trained in the graces, but she has her name in the papers continually by virtue of presents of such things as bolts of silk to society editresses.
I have always liked editresses Pamela and Mary Anne Aden's systematic, rational and comprehensive approach.
Right now, Aden Forecast editresses Pamela and Mary Anne Aden seem to be making a another of their periodic bullish lunges.
Only one thing, fair editresses, give us a Virginia page, with Mrs. Rosa D. Dowser of this city in charge. "