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A female arbiter.
- ‘She was the arbitress in the argument over Adonis between Persephone and Aphrodite.’
- ‘At last, after wise deliberation of the concerns of either side, she assumes the office of arbitress which is offered to her by both parties.’
- ‘Haywood will not surrender her role as moral arbitress to Amiana.’
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