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- n. Plural form of embassadress.
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The throne-room is immense, with marble columns down each side -- all the men arranged on one side and all the women on the other, and the new presentations with their ambassadors and embassadresses nearest the throne.
I went with her the other day all round the town, in an open gilt chariot, with our joint train of attendants, preceded by our guards, who might have summoned the people to see what they had never seen, nor ever would see again ” two young Christian embassadresses never yet having been in this country at the same time, nor I believe ever will again.