Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of empress.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of empress.

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Examples

  • The group is lead by a long bloodline of "empresses," and according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, has an estimated 200 hard-core members and thousands of other followers.

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  • The group is lead by a long bloodline of "empresses," and according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, has an estimated 200 hard-core members and thousands of other followers.

    Record Article Feed

  • As Rogers' photo history shows, she had a penchant for stagey costumes that ranged from Greek empresses with flowing tresses to flamenco dancers with spit curls.

    Cherie Burns: What Makes a Fashion Icon?

  • I saw men dressed as cowboys and I saw great tall men dressed as empresses and I saw maybe more than I should have seen at that age, but I didn't mind it because it wasn't scary to me.

    Margaret Cho: We Deserve Rights. We Deserve Life.

  • There are 30 pictures of women warriors, dressed and decorated with the keen eye of a samurai preparing for battle, inspired by oriental empresses.

    Evelyne Politanoff: Leonardo Vecchiarelli: La Grande Transizione, Women Warriors Meet Oriental Empresses

  • As Rogers' photo history shows, she had a penchant for stagey costumes that ranged from Greek empresses with flowing tresses to flamenco dancers with spit curls.

    Cherie Burns: What Makes a Fashion Icon?

  • I saw men dressed as cowboys and I saw great tall men dressed as empresses and I saw maybe more than I should have seen at that age, but I didn't mind it because it wasn't scary to me.

    Margaret Cho: We Deserve Rights. We Deserve Life.

  • An installation work including a series of portraits of mythical Chinese empresses that shows the dark side of human nature.

    Museums

  • I saw men dressed as cowboys and I saw great tall men dressed as empresses and I saw maybe more than I should have seen at that age, but I didn't mind it because it wasn't scary to me.

    Margaret Cho: We Deserve Rights. We Deserve Life.

  • "BG Muhn: Love Affair of the Empress" An installation work including portraits of mythical Chinese empresses showing the dark side of human nature.

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

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