Antonym: actor. Similar words: stress, distress, press, dress up, address, impress, press for, Congress. Meaning: ['æktrɪs] n. a female actor.
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1. This actress has been divorced from her husband.
2. She is a professional actress.
3. Once a famous actress, she is now in eclipse.
4. Who did the award for Best Actress go to?
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5. My aunt is an actress.
6. The actress now dedicates herself to children's charity work.
7. Dame Ellen Terry was a famous actress.
8. The actress is walking at a brisk pace.
9. She burgeoned into a fine actress.
10. He waxed eloquent about her talents as an actress.
11. She is down as an actress.
12. Who got the Oscar for best actress?
13. The actress acts the part of the heroine.
14. She's no great shakes as an actress.
15. As actress Jane is not in the same class as Susan.
16. The actress wore a black wig over her blond hair.
17. The actress was only 17 when she was plucked from obscurity and made a star.
18. The actress forgot some of her lines and had to adlib .
19. As an actress she longed to play one of the meatier roles, like Lady Macbeth.
20. The actress was accorded all the deference of a visiting celebrity.
21. She wants to be an actress, but her parents disapprove.
22. The actress is ambitious of applause.
23. The actress appeared under a false name.
24. Two actresses tied for the Best Actress award.
25. At last she realized her dream of becoming an actress.
26. She bluffed me into believing that she was an actress.
27. Her performance in that play really put her on the map as a comedy actress.
28. Streisand won fame as a singer before she became an actress.
29. Although she made intermittent movie appearances, she was essentially a stage actress.
30. She struggled for 10 years to achieve success as an actress.
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