noun, plural a·vi·a·tri·ces [ey-vee-ey-truh-seez, -uh-trahy-seez, av-ee-] /ˌeɪ viˈeɪ trəˌsiz, -əˈtraɪ siz, ˌæv i-/.
Origin of aviatrix
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Contemporary Examples of aviatrix
Tiny, pretty, and daring, Coleman merited frequent comparison to her white contemporary “aviatrix,” Amelia Earhart.Red Tails Overlooks the Story of America’s First Black Pilots
January 16, 2012
Historical Examples of aviatrix
The aviatrix sat looking on through all this tumult with a happy smile.The Motor Girls in the Mountains
Miss Helen Goodrich, an aviatrix of note, was arrested in Bremen this morning charged with kidnapping.
Miss Helen Goodrich, who is an aviatrix of note, was arrested in Bremen this morning charged with kidnapping.