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  • n. A female mediator.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A female mediator.

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  • n. a woman who is a mediator


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From post-classical Latin mediatrix, feminine of mediātor.


  • Are these people praying to Mary as the "mediatrix," instead of to God, in Jesus 'name (Jesus is the one and only Mediator


  • The symptoms that a person experiences are a part of the body's innate wisdom, commonly referred to as "vis mediatrix naturae" (the healing power of nature).

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  • Let us pray, O Lord Jesus Christ, our mediator with the Father, who has been pleased to appoint the most Blessed Virgin, your Mother, to be our mother also, and our mediatrix with you, mercifully grant that whoever comes to you seeking your favours may rejoice to receive all of them through her.

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  • He promised, however, to speak to Mr Harrel upon the subject, but the promise was evidently given to oblige the fair mediatrix, without any hope of advantage to the cause.


  • It was therefore agreed that the young people of both families should visit each other frequently for the future, and the friendship of course lasted as long as the jovial old mediatrix was there to keep the peace.

    Vanity Fair

  • War seems to be declared: and will you not turn mediatrix?

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Overjoyed at this condescension, Mr. Pickle thanked her in the most rapturous terms, and, in the transport of his expectation, kissed the hand of his kind mediatrix — a circumstance which had a remarkable effect on the countenance of Emilia, who did not seem to relish the warmth of his acknowledgment.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • Nay, such was the impulse of his joy, that he took the same freedom with the lips of Sophy, calling her his kind mediatrix and guardian angel; and behaved with such extravagance of transport, as plainly evinced the fervour and sincerity of his love.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • It is the common interest of all the faithful who see that she is, according to the expression of the Holy Fathers, their advocate and their mediatrix; that she prays and solicits for them; that she interposes between them and the wrath of her Son, and appeases Him: this affords great room for confidence in her, and should induce them to invoke her for their conversion and sanctification.

    The Life and Legends of Saint Francis of Assisi

  • Imagination is the mediatrix, the nurse, the mover of all the several parts of our spiritual organism.

    The Elements of Character


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