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/.
Examples from the Web for cantatrice
A cantatrice expects it everywhere; these creatures live on it.Vittoria, Complete|George Meredith
How is it that the cantatrice and queen of song loves the part still?Verdi: Man and Musician|Frederick James Crowest
This witticism was believed, because of the long friendship between the Italian cantatrice and the young Frenchman.Egoists|James Huneker
This lady engaged the cantatrice as a "noble companion," and she hurried off with her into Italy.The Son of Clemenceau|Alexandre (fils) Dumas
"You have lost no time," said the cantatrice, endeavoring to conceal her feelings under an iron mask of reproach.