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  • noun Plural form of sculptress.


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  • It was probably not correct to call them poetesses and sculptresses, although this is how Wallingford thought of them.

    The Fourth Hand Irving, John, 1942- 2001

  • There were tomboys and hoydens and solemn students; hard-working sculptresses and dreamy poetesses; girls who wanted to be boys, and girls who wanted to be nuns; girls who were frantic to vote, and girls who loathed the thought of independence; girls who ached to shock people, and girls of the prunes-and-prismatic type, patricians and precisians, anarchists and Bohemians.

    We Can't Have Everything Rupert Hughes 1914


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