editress
noun Date: 1799 a woman who is an editor

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  • Editress — Ed i*tress, n. A female editor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • editress — /ed i tris/, n. a woman employed in the work of editing. [1790 1800; EDIT(O)R + ESS] Usage. See ess. * * * …   Universalium

  • editress — noun A female editor. Syn: editrix …   Wiktionary

  • editress — ed·i·tress || edɪtrɪs n. female editor ed·i·tor || edɪtÉ™(r) n. one who prepares printed matter for publication (i.e. newspaper, book, etc.); one who revises, one who reviews and corrects …   English contemporary dictionary

  • editress — (also editrix) noun dated a female editor …   English new terms dictionary

  • editress — ed·i·tress …   English syllables

  • editress — ˈedə.trə̇s noun ( es) Etymology: editor + ess : a female editor …   Useful english dictionary

  • editrix — noun (plural editrixes or editrices) Date: 1950 editress …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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