Definition of Stewardesses

1. Noun. (plural of stewardess) ¹



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Definition of Stewardesses

1. stewardess [n] - See also: stewardess

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stewardesses

stevia
stevias
steving
steviol
stevvon
stew in one's juices
stew in one's own broth
stew in one's own grease
stew in one's own juices
stew meat
stewable
steward
stewarded
stewardess
stewardesses (current term)
stewardii
stewarding
stewardless
stewardlike
stewardly
stewards
stewardship
stewardships
stewartite
stewartries
stewartry
stewbum
stewbums
stewed

Literary usage of Stewardesses

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1. Tropical Trials: A Hand-book for Women in the Tropics by Shelley Leigh Hunt, Alexander S. Kenny (1883)
"Stewards and stewardesses.---Disembarking.— Travelling by Rail. —Travelling by Road.—Mountain Travelling. A CAREFUL study of the art of travelling with ..."

2. Notes of a Tour in India and Ceylon During the Winter of 1888-89 by Helen C. Ford (1889)
"There seem to be only two stewardesses ; they must have hard work, as so many ladies and nurses are ill. I like the looks of the tall, slender, ..."

3. Digest of Education Statistics (1999) edited by Thomas D. Snyder (2000)
"As for the stewardesses who are employed on board FESCO- operated vessels ... Often, stewardesses are viewed as the exclusive property of individual ship's ..."

4. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"All of us, including stewardesses and twenty- five Russians, were packed in, and there was scarcely standing room. PACKED IN CATTLE TRUCKS After some hours, ..."

5. New York Times Current History (1919)
"All of us, including stewardesses and twenty- five Russians, were packed in, and there was scarcely standing room. PACKED IN CATTLE TRUCKS After some hours, ..."

6. Celebrated Spies and Famous Mysteries of the Great War by George Barton (1919)
"All of us, including stewardesses and twenty-five Russians, were packed in, and there was scarcely standing room. " After some hours, following a request to ..."

7. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench, and by Thomas Flower Ellis, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Colin Blackburn Blackburn, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1855)
"There the note was payable on demand to AB and CD, by name, "stewardesses" of a provident society, " or their successors in office. ..."

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