noun Now Rare.
Examples from the Web for votaress
Never would she have set foot on the Votaress had she dreamed she was to be "dumped off" on such a spot.
The mother-superior took the votaress at her word, and left her then and there.The Lost Lady of Lone|E.D.E.N. Southworth
Now the Votaress tolled a single stroke, as if to cry: "Hail, friend, we take the starboard."
Thaisa, thinking Pericles dead, becomes a votaress at Diana's temple.William Shakespeare|John Masefield
Wanted to give us a thousand dollars to take his bride—with him or without him—aboard the Votaress.