Definition of ogress in English:

ogress

Syllabification: o·gress
Pronunciation: /ˈōgris
 
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noun

A female ogre.
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  • She's no longer the ogress she used to be to right-thinking people.
  • Like the ogresses of fairytales or the winds of war, their mills grind bones.
  • The only special effect in all this is her finely calibrated performance, a balancing act, as she explains, that often involved invoking the ogress when she was in character as the saint.
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