Task-mistress



[task-mis-tris, tahsk-] /ˈtæskˌmɪs trɪs, ˈtɑsk-/
noun
1.
a woman whose function it is to assign tasks, especially burdensome ones, to others.
2.
a woman who supervises others’ work rigorously.

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