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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A female administrator. Often contracted to admx.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A woman who administers; esp., one who administers the estate of an intestate, or to whom letters of administration have been granted; a female administrator.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A female administrator.


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  • Nonetheless, the court appointed her special administratrix of the Monroe estate, most likely due to the influence of Joe DiMaggio, who by many accounts had been planning to remarry Marilyn.

    The Things She Left Behind Kashner, Sam 2008

  • What's also awesome is that doing administrivia makes you an administratrix true word!

    One Bright Star (1B*) Reignited 2006

  • GIUDICE: As wife, she is the trustee, the administratrix of the estate.

    CNN Transcript Jun 29, 2006 2006

  • We also have Kadidja, our administratrix of pleasure, who actually left San Francisco and moved to New York City to work at the Palace.

    Mama Gena’s Marriage Manual Regena Thomashauer 2004

  • She's had this enormous responsibility placed upon her as administratrix to her mother's estate.

    CNN Transcript Jul 7, 2003 2003

  • Hence, this ought also to be considered whether the justice, which is the administratrix of the decree of reprobation or predamnation is revealed according to the Law or the Gospel, of legal rigor or softened by some mercy and forbearance.

    The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 3 1560-1609 1956

  • If mercy, the administratrix of predestination is revealed according to the

    The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 3 1560-1609 1956

  • - I_x_ is also sometimes added for the same purpose; as, _administrator, administratrix_.

    Practical Grammar and Composition Thomas Wood

  • We learn that an older sister, Sarah Blunden, living in Surrey, was named as administratrix, and that a son, William (who came to Plymouth before 1637) was to have money, bonds and stocks in England.

    The Women Who Came in the Mayflower Annie Russell Marble

  • Her powers of administratrix were untrammelled save in one respect: Octavius Buzzby was to remain in his position as factotum on the Champney estate and adviser for its interests.

    Flamsted quarries Mary E. Waller


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