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They pursue Kean to his dressing-room at the theatre; where, unluckily, the ambassadress herself has taken refuge.
The Paris Sketch Book of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh William Makepeace Thackeray
After a little hesitation she said it had been exactly that of the French ambassadress.
Human Intercourse Philip Gilbert Hamerton
The Marquess wished to show a part of his domain to the ambassadress.
Coningsby Benjamin Disraeli
It was the first time she had presented an ambassadress in a private audience.
Letters of a Diplomat’s Wife Mary King Waddington
One of my secret seldom-expressed ambitions, even as a girl at College, was to be an ambassadress.
A Journal from Japan Marie Carmichael Stopes
And so it was that Pocahontas went to Jamestown as ambassadress.
The Princess Pocahontas Virginia Watson
An ambassadress of fifty would be very much astonished if the prince did not ask her to dance.
The Art of Entertaining M. E. W. Sherwood
You will be prepared for the occasion, little Stella, even if you end as an ambassadress.
The Pillars of the House, Vol. II (of 2) Charlotte M. Yonge
Neither was the panegyric bestowed by the ambassadress on Madame d’Harville at all exaggerated.
The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 1 of 6 Eugne Sue
She felt that she was an ambassadress of no little importance, as she had been stopped twice on her way.
The New Mistress George Manville Fenn
an Egyptian tree, Aeschynomene elaphroxylon, of the legume family, having a light-colored, spongy wood. Historical Examples By and by it gives place to the ambatch as the characteristic tree of the Nile. Stanley in Africa James P. Boyd noun a tree or shrub of the Nile Valley, Aeschynomene elaphroxylon, valued for its light-coloured pithlike wood
a city in central Ecuador, about 8500 feet (2590 meters) above sea level. Historical Examples He has large haciendas at Ambato and Latacunga, and down the coast is he interested in oil-wells. The Night-Born Jack London Leaving Ambato, we breakfasted at Cunchebamba, an Indian village of half a dozen straw huts. The Andes and the […]
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ambenonium chloride ambenonium chloride am·be·no·ni·um chloride (ām’bə-nō’nē-əm) n. A cholinesterase inhibitor used primarily in the management of myasthenia gravis and occasionally to treat intestinal and urinary tract obstruction.