The son of the pious mother acted, as if she was still his guide and monitress.
But it is so discouraging a thing to have my monitress so very good!
She was no monitress for Rose, however, the niece much oftener influencing the aunt, than the aunt influencing the niece.
A monitress is just one of ourselves, only with authority that we all allow.
The voice of the monitress quite shook, and there was a troubled, very nearly tearful expression in her eyes.
"But telling a monitress isn't like telling a teacher," objected Ruth.
Constance Weber was his guide—his monitress—his guardian angel.
It was quite a surprise to Mildred to find herself placed as a monitress.
"Vivian's rather snappy this evening," whispered Lettice, as the monitress stalked away.
Both Dorothy and Richard were inclined to agree with their monitress.