Greek Mythology A priestess of Apollo at Delphi.(noun)
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Use "pythoness" in a sentence
"She was known as the Kansas pythoness in those days before women's suffrage made such references to a woman's sex politically incorrect."
"Each one was sharp enough to weaken a normal man, render him helpless and send him to his knees begging for mercy in the face of a powerful Wiccan pythoness like Mysti."
"Like a pythoness possessed by the demon, she inspired awe rather than pleasure."