Definition of songstress
: a female singer
Recent Examples of songstress from the Web
But for a second, the movie grinds to a halt, letting Korben take in the extraterrestrial songstress’s solo with tears in his eyes.
After months of touring coffee houses and small clubs, Dave and Charles made the move to Music City, only to have a chance encounter with another songstress one night at Nashville’s historic 12th and Porter.
But at the haute couture shows in Paris this week, the songstress is looking for more than just gowns on the runways.
An impossibly delicious double bill features the exploding Lukas Nelson (son of Willie) & Promise of the Real with also rapidly ascending songstress Nicki Bluhm.
In their phone call, which took place after their recording session, Del Rey fangirls over the legendary songstress; but the admiration is mutual.
The songstress took her blonde strands to the next level with a highlighter-yellow wig that perfectly matched her dress.
The songstress has been staying out of the spotlight for a few months now, but returned to social media last night to congratulate NBA Player Russell Westbrook on his MVP win.
I am obsessed with Darling of the Afterglow, the Canadian songstress’s mystifying sophomore album, and the first song is exquisite.
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First Known Use of songstress
SONGSTRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of songstress for English Language Learners
: a woman who sings usually very well
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