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comedienne

[ kuh-mee-dee-en, -mey- ]
/ kəˌmi diˈɛn, -ˌmeɪ- /
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noun

a woman who is a comic entertainer or actress.

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Origin of comedienne

1855–60; <French comédienne;see comedian, -enne

usage note for comedienne

See -enne.
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British Dictionary definitions for comedienne

comedienne
/ (kəˌmiːdɪˈɛn) /

noun

a female comedianGender-neutral form: comic
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