doctoress

doctoress

(ˈdɒktəˌrɛs)
n
(Medicine) old-fashioned or derogatory a female doctor
References in classic literature ?
Besides, an old Isanusi or witch doctoress up in the Manica country told me all about it.
In a letter soon after Katharine arrives at school, he writes, "When you get your diploma, you will go into the female medical college, which will be about ready for you, and when you are through at the finest hospital and training school and medical college in the world, you will go to New York or London or Paris and become a wealthy Doctoress of Medicine and support us all and pay for the negroes' mules, and sell poor old Jan Danforth a horse on credit and one to Robbin Perry also" (243).