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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A female divinely inspired revealer, interpreter, or spokesperson:

Usage examples (35)
  • The prophetess is forgotten for the voices that speak through her.
  • Miriam was a religious leader and was known as a prophetess, Danan said.
  • Isaiah was so completely a prophet that even his wife was called the prophetess after him.
  • Mary, the sister of Moses, is called a prophetess; Anna, the mother of Samuel, prophesied; Elizabeth, the mother of John the for more
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