Examples of matron in a Sentence
society matrons who organize benefits for charity
the matron of a school for girls
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Justin Brill portrays Roxie's long-suffering stooge husband Amos, and E. Faye Butler is Chicago prison matron Mama Morton.
And the San Diego acting treasure Melinda Gilb (as the rich matron Mrs. Rittenhouse) and Cygnet newcomer Russell Garrett (as a stuffy butler and famous art collector) add comic fizz.
Among their seven bridesmaids and ushers, Meghan's sister, Kate Ferguson, will serve as matron of honor and Brian's brother, Justin, will be best man.
Our matron Barbara, who the girls whispered was a retired general, held court in pearls.
Sara Petersen, sister of the bride, served as the matron of honor with the nieces of the bride, Ellie and Rylie Petersen, serving as the flower girls.
Further, female dispatchers do double duty as matrons when a female prisoner is housed in one of the two women's cells.
Boys were kicking soccer balls in the plazas, matrons were drinking the local gin in outdoor cafes, and the shops were stocked with regional crafts.
Gardner did him one better, posing soldiers’ corpses the same way that others posed society matrons, tilting a chin or curving a hand, and adding detailed, melancholy captions imagining the subject’s final moments.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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