instructress

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in•struc•tress

(ɪnˈstrʌk trɪs)
n.
a woman who instructs; teacher.
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Noun1.instructress - a woman instructor
instructor, teacher - a person whose occupation is teaching
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instructress

[ɪnˈstrʌktrɪs] Ninstructora f
dance instructressprofesora f de baile

instructress

n (also Sport) → Lehrerin f; (US) → Dozentin f; (Mil) → Ausbilderin f
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This kind of enterprise was supported by a striking number of male intellectuals, who were finding it increasingly difficult to reconcile women's seclusion with the models of learned instructresses they found in the records of the past.
4a, states that "In antiquity instructresses of women taught feminine character, feminine speech, feminine appearance, and feminine merits.
Yet it must have been that most of our forebears were the pupils of these frivolous instructresses, and were raised on the folk tales, gossip, and stories that the "old wives" purveyed.