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- mistress: see master
- mistress (n.)
- early 14c., "female teacher, governess," from Old French maistresse "mistress (lover); housekeeper; governess, female teacher" (Modern French maîtresse), fem. of maistre "master" (see master (n.)). Sense of "a woman who employs others or has authority over servants" is from early 15c. Sense of "kept woman of a married man" is from early 15c.
- 1. Anthony sometimes felt that his mistress was his superior in will-power.
- 2. She had always been mistress of her own destiny.
- 3. We had a very good mathematics mistress who pulled me up.
- 4. Barking deliriously, the dog bounded towards his mistress.
- 5. He has a wife and a mistress.
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