Monitress


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Mon´i`tress


n.1.A female monitor.
References in classic literature ?
That I will, Adele;" and I hastened away with her, glad to quit my gloomy monitress.
Fortunately, his monitress, though by no means of the purest water, knew better than to suffer her eleve to commit so gross a blunder, and I escaped the calamity of making my first appearance at court under the auspices of such a patron.
Pierre, having made up his mind to obey his monitress implicitly, moved toward the sofa she had indicated.
Mrs McBride was recognized as a good student at school and was offered the opportunity to become a monitress, with a view to being trained as a teacher.