a woman holding the rank of a baronet in her own right.
the wife or widow of a baronet.
abbreviation: btss.
historical examples

our baronetess is a good-hearted woman in reality—with a little flummery—only she’s apt to be taken in by sounding phrases.
it never can happen again william de morgan

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