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Comedienne   /kəmˌidiˈɛn/   Listen
Comedienne

noun
1.
A female actor in a comedy.
2.
A female comedian.






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"Comedienne" Quotes from Famous Books



... voices, but such is not the case. Two or three of the ladies who have won their way to the "hupper succles" possess talent; one of them has a beautiful voice and great gifts as an actress, and one was a brilliant dancer and became an excellent comedienne. The ruck and run of them, however, have triumphed owing to advertisement in subtle and also ...
— Our Stage and Its Critics • "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"

... invent monstrosities. I am bringing forth a very pleasant one just at present. . . ." This was the novel written in collaboration with Sandeau which appeared under the signature of Jules Sand towards the end of 1831. It was entitled, Rose et Blanche, ou la Comedienne et la Religieuse. ...
— George Sand, Some Aspects of Her Life and Writings • Rene Doumic



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