usage note for votaress
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How to use votaress in a sentence
The mother-superior took the votaress at her word, and left her then and there.
"Surely, daughter," said the abbess, gently as with her own hand she opened the door and led her votaress into the room.
Such talk, both priest and votaress told her, was not meet for dutiful daughter or betrothed maiden.The Caged Lion|Charlotte M. Yonge
Thaisa, thinking Pericles dead, becomes a votaress at Diana's temple.William Shakespeare|John Masefield
All wait for the votaress, but she is detained by a crowd of friends.Studies in Medival Life and Literature|Edward Tompkins McLaughlin