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proprietress

[ pruh-prahy-i-tris ]SEE DEFINITION OF proprietress

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROPRIETRESS

He went to the proprietress of the hotel and said something quietly about me.

Townsend advanced toward her, certain that she must be the proprietress of the High Light.

She was stupefied at learning that I had just in my ardour proposed to its proprietress to sit to me.

The proprietress of this inn, like most German women, was a fair cook.

The cause of this isolation lies in the unsociable temper of the proprietress.

It was Madame Castillon, proprietress of a neighbouring farm.

She is the proprietress of a restaurant down the street—a house open to everybody.

"There is your employer, Sarah," said the proprietress of the office.

The proprietress shrugged her shoulders: "That does not concern me!"

The guard followed, believing her the proprietress of a therapeutic bath.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROPRIETRESS

possessor

nounowner
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