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actressy

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Pronunciation: /ˈaktrɪsi
 
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Definition of actressy in English:

adjective

(Of a woman) self-consciously theatrical or emotionally volatile: her actressy manner
More example sentences
  • She is quite actressy - that air of refined largesse - and also seems quintessentially English.
  • There are no actressy affectations, no gush about wanting to adopt her fellow actors because they're all just… ‘so incredibly divine’.
  • Other than that, she insists, ‘I have no big worries or actressy obsessions.’

Words that rhyme with actressy

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