tutoress

  • 1Tutoress — Tu tor*ess, n. A woman who performs the duties of a tutor; an instructress. E. Moore. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2tutoress — noun Date: 1614 a woman or girl who is a tutor …

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  • 3tutoress — /tooh teuhr is, tyooh /, n. a woman who is a tutor. [1605 15; TUTOR + ESS] Usage. See ess. * * * …

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  • 4tutoress — n. female tutor; instructress tu·tor || tuːtÉ™ / tju n. private teacher; university or college officer charged with responsibility for undergraduate students (for studies or welfare); guardian of a child v. instruct or teach (especially as a… …

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  • 5tutoress — n. Instructress, governante, governess …

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  • 6tutoress — tu·tor·ess …

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  • 7tutoress — ərə̇s noun ( es) : a female tutor …

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  • 9Tutress — Tu tress, n. Tutoress. [Obs.] Selden. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10Tutrix — Tu trix, n. [L. See {Tutor}.] A female guardian; a tutoress. [R.] Smollett. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11Reginald Johnston — Sir Reginald Fleming Johnston (1874 ndash;1938) was a Scottish academic, diplomat and pedagogue and the tutor of Puyi, the last emperor of China, and later appointed as commissioner of British held Weihaiwei.EarlyBorn in Edinburgh, he studied at… …

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  • 12John Gordon (d. 1619) — John Gordon, D.D., (September 1 1544 ndash; September 3 1619), was a Scottish prelate. John Gordon was the natural son of Alexander Gordon (c. 1516 1575), Bishop of Galloway and former Archbishop of Glasgow, and Barbara Logie; his parents married …

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  • 13Isabel Ingram — (Mayer) (1902 ndash;1988) was an American tutor of Wan Rong, Empress and wife of the last emperor of China.Early lifeBorn March 7, 1902, in Beijing (then Peking), Northern China, Isabel Myrtle Ingram was the daughter of American Congregational… …

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  • 14Makin — This interesting surname, with variant spellings Makin, Maykin, Meakin, Meaken and Making, has two origins. Firstly, it is a diminutive of May, a pet form of the Middle English given name Matthew , itself coming from the Hebrew male personal name …

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  • 15dame — Synonyms and related words: Eve, Frau, Fraulein, Jane, Miss, Mistress, Mlle, Mme, Mmes, abbess, archduchess, babe, baby, baroness, beldam, biddy, bird, bitch, broad, chatelaine, chick, colleen, countess, crone, cutie, damoiselle, damsel, daughter …

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  • 16duenna — Synonyms and related words: abigail, amah, au pair girl, ayah, betweenmaid, biddy, bodyguard, cavalier, chambermaid, chaperon, companion, conductor, convoy, cook, dame, educatress, escort, esquire, fellow traveler, femme de chambre, fille de… …

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  • 17governess — Synonyms and related words: abbess, chaperon, chatelaine, dame, dowager, duenna, educatress, first lady, goodwife, great lady, homemaker, housewife, instructress, madam, matriarch, matron, mistress, mother superior, schooldame, schoolmarm,… …

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  • 18mistress — Synonyms and related words: Dulcinea, abbess, beneficiary, best girl, cestui, cestui que trust, cestui que use, chatelaine, concubine, dame, deedholder, dowager, doxy, dream girl, duenna, educatress, feoffee, feudatory, first lady, gill, girl,… …

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  • 19governess — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. nurse, nanny; preceptress, gouvernante. See teaching. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. tutor, nanny, tutoress*, mistress, duenna; see also guardian 1 , 2 , teacher 1 …

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  • 20nurse — {{11}}nurse (n.1) 12c., nurrice wet nurse, foster mother to a young child (modern form from late 14c.), from O.Fr. norrice foster mother, wet nurse, nanny (source of proper name Norris), from L.L. *nutricia nurse, governess, tutoress, noun use of …

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