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doy·enne
[doi-en; French dwa-yen]
NOUN [PLURAL DOY·ENNES]
1.
a woman who is the senior member, as in age or rank, of a group, class, profession, etc.
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Doyen and doyenne are used as terms and surnames. They were derived from the French word doyen which is the term for dean, e.g., Dean (religion) and Dean  ...

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Define doyenne: a woman who has a lot of experience in or knowledge about a particular profession, subject, etc. — doyenne in a sentence.

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Doyenne definition, a woman who is the senior member, as in age or rank, of a group, class, profession, etc. See more.

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Helen Thomas is frequently referred to as "the doyenne of the White House press corps." A woman who is highly experienced and knowledgeable in a particular ...

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the most respected or prominent woman in a particular field Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.