editress

noun
ed·​i·​tress | \ ˈe-də-trəs How to pronounce editress (audio) \

Definition of editress

: a woman who is an editor

First Known Use of editress

1799, in the meaning defined above

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editorialize

editor in chief

edit out

editress

editrix

EDL

EdM

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