ambassadress ambassadress  /æm ˈbæ səd rəs/


  • (n) a woman ambassador


  1. But the ambassadress must leave, and she flies off into the twilight as the hero stands at mournful attention on the airstrip.
  2. Mado Robin, 35, a petite ambassadress from the Paris Opera, opened the season as Gilda in Verdi's Rigoletto, determined not to go unnoticed.
  3. Each new Eurythmics video presented a new Annie: the vamp, the gigolo, the ambassadress from another planet.


  • PR 911

    Celebs don’t call 911 in an emergency; they ring their PR people. In the old days, a well-placed item could defuse a crisis. But in a universe of voracious gossip blogs, omnipresent iPhones and truthiness, managing mishaps is much messier. How did PR pros handle the year’s most high-profile gaffes? Paula Deen Southern cooking ambassadress Crisis: Former manager of Ms. Deen’s Savannah, Ga ...
    on October 8, 2013     Source: The New York Observer


  • "Last week, I welcomed Britta Heidemann at the town hall, and appointed her 'ambassadress of the city of Cologne' during the Beijing Olympic Games," said Schramma.
    on Aug 8, 2008 By: Fritz Schramma Source: Xinhua

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