My protectress was content with me: one small circumstance alone disturbed my peace.
She was now the protectress and the consoler of a man she admired and revered.
Poets, scholars, all learned and professional men, commemorated their protectress in poems and funeral orations.
She felt herself to be our protectress, and was prepared to do battle in our behalf.
Her protectress seems to have failed in attracting her to her, or in working favorably on her nature.
She had apparently a vague idea that he had been unkind to her protectress, and that he was an enemy.
Now, my dears, Constantia will be a sort of protectress to you three, and I had better write to her at once.
Isis thus in the Ephesiaca figures as the protectress of chastity.
She was the protectress of the human race in general, but particularly of lovers.
The tent and inn were the work of his protectress, the Fairy Silvana.