noun, plural can·ta·tri·ces [kan-tuh-tree-cheyz, -tree-siz; French kahn-ta-trees] /ˌkæn təˈtri tʃeɪz, -ˈtri sɪz; French kɑ̃ taˈtris/, can·ta·tri·ci [kan-tuh-tree-chee; Italian kahn-tah-tree-chee] /ˌkæn təˈtri tʃi; Italian ˌkɑn tɑˈtri tʃi/.
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A murmur of admiration greeted the lady—Jane Zeld, the cantatrice.The Son of Monte Christo
A cantatrice expects it everywhere; these creatures live on it.Vittoria, Complete
How is it that the cantatrice and queen of song loves the part still?Verdi: Man and Musician
Frederick James Crowest
I would like to describe this cantatrice, but she belongs to no formula.
Looking at her, Denis always thought of Wilkie Bard as the cantatrice.Crome Yellow