Definition of 'proprietress'
Example sentences containing 'proprietress'
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The proprietress smiled a steely smile, and ushered them into the car. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE (2002)Whoever it was who had arrived, the proprietress had not been there to meet her. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE (2002)The proprietress ignored him, and swept on into the house. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE (2002)
Trends of 'proprietress'
Used Rarely. proprietress is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'proprietress'
British English: proprietress NOUN
The proprietress of a hotel, shop, or business is the woman who owns it.
The proprietress was alone in the bar.
Definition of proprietress from the Collins English Dictionary
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