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  • noun Plural form of manageress.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A change in manageresses for the Aeroclub took place.

    THE WAY IT WAS

  • The rough and ready nature of woodland perversions does come as a bit of a culture shock to those of us who regard winter sexual deviations as something more akin to throwing another log onto a roaring fire and wrapping ourselves deep inside a fur rug with a brace of debauched cake shop manageresses.

    Something For The Weekend: The All-Nude Orienteering And Woodland Sexual Perversion Club

  • The rough and ready nature of woodland perversions does come as a bit of a culture shock to those of us who regard winter sexual deviations as something more akin to throwing another log onto a roaring fire and wrapping ourselves deep inside a fur rug with a brace of debauched cake shop manageresses.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • If you hear a loud rumbling sound later tonight its not an earthquake but the manageresses facial make-up falling off as her face cracks.

    J D Wetherspoons - Satire is lost on them.

  • She told him long stories of the manageresses she interviewed, for her idea was to get work at some eating-house; what they said and what she answered.

    Of Human Bondage

  • She told him long stories of the manageresses she interviewed, for her idea was to get work at some eating-house; what they said and what she answered.

    Of Human Bondage

  • And, what is more, I am going to split all the branches up into divisions, and appoint superintendents and manageresses, at a reasonable salary.

    A Prince of Sinners

  • However, they're invariably world-class chefs, crises manageresses and renowned tamers of domestic help.

    The Times of India

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