noun, plural me·di·a·tri·ces [mee-dee-uh-trahy-seez, -ey-tri-seez] /ˌmi di əˈtraɪ siz, -ˈeɪ trɪˌsiz/, me·di·a·trix·es.
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Here was the mediatrix—the veritable goddess with the sword to cut the knot!The Tragic Comedians, Complete|George Meredith
These unions gave to the princess the office of mediatrix; in Beowulf she is called Freothowebbe, "the peace-weaver."Early Double Monasteries|Constance Stoney
She became the new Mediatrix between the sinful human soul and the Father in heaven.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
Then at that charming and sacred hour let the mediatrix come; let the Samaritan bee appear!The Insect|Jules Michelet
May it not be the initial of Mylitta, “the Mediatrix,” one of the favourite names of the great original goddess?Clare Avery|Emily Sarah Holt