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Definition of "conductress" [con•duct•ress]

  • A female conductor (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "conductress" in a sentence
  • "Once again, the conductress is a feminine "Truth," the loving, "slow-receding" star of stanza 7."
  • "So it is on Train 75, in Carriage 14, that our conductress plies us with cups of chai or Nescaf as we perch on our Rexene banquettes gazing at passing fields full of wind-blown rubbish, molehills the size of nuclear bunkers, and nuclear bunkers like molehills, only with tell-tale stove-pipes protruding through their turf roofs."
  • "He gazed on his conductress for explanation, but her figure began to fade before his eyes — her cheeks grew paler, her features less distinct, her form became shadowy, and blended itself with the mist which was ascending the hollow ravine."
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