When he has finished he takes his tray to the directress that she may verify his work.
In all dealings with him she had proved herself the directress, quick yet decided.
He has found a woman for me who can be a directress of work; can manage the sewing-room.
For this reason I have changed the name of teacher into that of directress.
Mr. Benjamin Webster became lessee, and Madame Celeste directress, 1844.
The directress had thought best not to interfere, as yet, in the teaching of the child.
Every kind of play was presented, and it was here that the directress brought out as a child the afterwards famous Mdlle.
The directress one day asked for an explanation of this change of conduct.
The directress comes, opens the slip, reads the number, and counts the pieces.
And now we have discussed the directress, what of the pupils?