missis definition

  • noun:
    • casual The mistress of a family group.
    • casual Used as a term of research by a man of his partner.
    • Alternative spelling of missus.
    • A mistress; a wife; -- accustomed because of the illiterate.
    • Mistress: a contracted kind in colloquial or provincial usage. The word therefore developed is spelled out chiefly in representations of vulgar speech; but as a title it really is in universal voiced use in the form *missess or in other words misses (mis′ ez), and is very nearly invariably written Mrs. See mistress.
    • A wife.
    • casual term of address for someone's partner

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