Definitions

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  • n. A female narrator.

Etymologies

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Formed as narrate +‎ -rix; compare the post-Classical Latin adjective narrātrīx.

Examples

  • My narratrix is Elizabeth Cockburn, and old wife of

    The Lady of the Lake

  • My narratrix is Elizabeth Cockburn, and old wife of Offerton, in this country, whose credit, in a case of this kind, will not, I hope, be much impeached when I add that she is by her dull neighbors supposed to be occasionally insane, but by herself to be at those times endowed with a faculty of seeing visions and spectral appearances which shun the common ken.

    The Lady of the Lake

  • "Pepper" is so sweet, it would make James Earl Jones sound like the narratrix of

    NOGOODFORME.COM

  • [quite probably a phonetic spelling for the narratrix]

    Personal Weblog of Joe Clark, Toronto

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