- mistral, gabriela,
- mistress of ceremonies,
- mistress of the robes,
Origin of mistress
Examples from the Web for mistress
He said, too, that after being accepted as a slave to Mistress Couple, he has made massive strides psychologically.Dungeons and Genital Clamps: Inside a Legendary BDSM Chateau|Ian Frisch|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Pope Alexander VI had the painter Pinturicchio disguise his mistress as the Virgin Mary in one fresco.
She broods on a portrait of her mistress, happy that it cannot say “you are not mine.”Sor Juana: Mexico’s Most Erotic Poet and Its Most Dangerous Nun|Katie Baker|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He had made a mistress of a girl he rescued from some blasted-out village conquered by the Red Army at the end of the war.Iran’s Top Spy Is the Modern-Day Karla, John Le Carré’s Villainous Mastermind|Michael Weiss|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a teenager, I was the mistress of his brother—who ‘gave’ me as a gift to the sultan.
As soon as the slave saw him enter, she ran to inform her mistress.
Armed men, my mistress -- armed men riding towards Basildene!In the Days of Chivalry|Evelyn Everett-Green
That artful girl soon discovered what had escaped her mistress's observation.A Terrible Temptation|Charles Reade
"Good-morning, mistress," said he familiarly, approaching Madame Desvarennes.Serge Panine, Complete|Georges Ohnet
Nor was any mistress ever so beautiful and divine as this one, appointed to possess and be adored by us.A Pessimist|Robert Timsol
Word Origin for mistress
early 14c., "female teacher, governess," from Old French maistresse "mistress (lover); housekeeper; governess, female teacher" (Modern French maîtresse), fem. of maistre "master" (see master (n.)). Sense of "a woman who employs others or has authority over servants" is from early 15c. Sense of "kept woman of a married man" is from early 15c.