Sempstress

  • 1 Sempstress — Semp stress, n. A seamstress. [1913 Webster] Two hundred sepstress were employed to make me shirts. Swift. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 sempstress — [sem′stris, semp′stris] n. var. of SEAMSTRESS …

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  • 3 sempstress — /semp stris, sem stris/, n. seamstress. Usage. See ess. * * * …

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  • 4 sempstress — noun A seamstress, a woman employed to sew …

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  • 5 sempstress — semp·stress || sempstrɪs n. seamstress, person who sews and mends clothes as an occupation, dressmaker …

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  • 6 sempstress — [ sɛm(p)strɪs] noun another term for seamstress …

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  • 7 sempstress — n. Seamstress, needle woman …

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  • 8 sempstress — semp•stress [[t]ˈsɛmp strɪs, ˈsɛm strɪs[/t]] n. use seamstress …

    From formal English to slang

  • 9 sempstress — /ˈsɛmpstrəs / (say sempstruhs), /ˈsɛmstrəs / (say semstruhs) noun → seamstress …

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  • 10 sempstress — var. of SEAMSTRESS …

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  • 11 sempstress-ship — sempˈstering, sempˈstressing and sempˈstress ship noun Sewing • • • Main Entry: ↑sempster …

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  • 12 Agent — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Agent >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 doer doer actor agent performer perpetrator operator Sgm: N 1 executor executor executrix Sgm: N 1 practitioner practitioner worker stag …

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  • 13 ἀκεστρίας — ἀκεστρίᾱς , ἀκέστρια sempstress fem acc pl ἀκεστρίᾱς , ἀκέστρια sempstress fem gen sg (attic doric aeolic) …

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  • 14 George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle — The Duke of Albemarle George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle , part of the Flagmen of Lowestoft series from the studio of Sir Pe …

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  • 15 Thomas Hood — (23 May 1799 ndash; 3 May 1845) was a British humorist and poet. His son, Tom Hood, became a well known playwright and editor.BiographyHe was born in London to Thomas Hood and Elizabeth Sands in the Poultry (Cheapside) above his father s bookshop …

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  • 16 Old Mother Hubbard — Roud #19334 The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog; London : J. Harris; 1805. 1st state of 1st edition Written by Traditional Published 1805 Written England Languag …

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  • 17 Dressmaker — For other uses see Dressmaker (disambiguation) Seamstress redirects here. For the graphics library, see Seam carving. For the film, see The Seamstress. Pierre Balmain and the actress Ruth Ford, photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1947 A dressmaker… …

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  • 18 Richard Redgrave — RA (30 April 1804 14 December 1888) was an English artist.Early lifeRedgrave was born in Pimlico in 1804. CareerHe worked at first as a designer. He became a student in the Royal Academy Schools in 1826, and was elected an Associate in 1840 and… …

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  • 19 A Description of a City Shower — is a poem by the Anglo Irish poet Jonathan Swift, written in 1710. First appearing in the Tatler magazine in October of that same year, the poem was considered the satirist and essayist s best poem: Swift agreed: They think tis the best thing I… …

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  • 20 Редгрейв, Ричард — Ричард Редгрейв Richard Redgrave …

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