Translation of adulteress in Spanish:

adulteress

adúltera, n.

Pronunciation /əˈdəlt(ə)rəs//əˈdʌltərəs/

noun

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    adúltera feminine
    • Here was a wife who'd committed adultery, was an adulteress.
    • Opponents relentlessly portrayed the quiet, devout Rachel as an adulteress at best, more often as a seductress and loose woman.
    • Through this pain, though, are scenes of powerful emotional impact, including flashbacks from Jesus' life such as rescuing the adulteress from stoning and the Sermon on the Mount.
    • As Stella, the 1950's bored wife, inattentive mother and unhinged adulteress at the center of this story, Ms. Richardson initially affects the vacant mien of cinema's classically oppressed women.
    • ‘Strike the adulteress and the adulterer one hundred times’ may seem harsh but it is certainly not sexist.
    • Armed with hidden cameras, wires and various neat little surveillance gadgets, Vince and his assistant Beth set out to gather damning evidence against the unsuspecting adulteress.
    • They told the tales in public places about the people who were in their chicherias: stories of wayward wives and cheating husbands, and stories of pilfering clerks and aborting adulteresses.
    • The sheriff and two reporters show up; she has ensured that the story will be all over the papers, and that she and Roark, adulteress and convict, will be linked.
    • Having a child in this society was about as much a sin as being an adulteress in the Puritan society of The Scarlet Letter.
    • Eliza was an adulteress long before Gabriel had his affair with your mother.
    • As Walter Matthau once noted, among her roles were ‘five gun molls, two burlesque queens, half a dozen adulteresses, and twice as many murderesses and when she was bad, she was terrific.’
    • Blake is particularly captivating, moving between sober housewife and mother, to girlish seductress and committed adulteress with believable veracity, consistently evoking sympathy.
    • Finally released, the adulteress took up residence in a lonely cottage by the sea.
    • Some have suggested that it derives from a term (recorded in the Talmud) that means ‘curling women's hair,’ and is a reference to an adulteress.
    • The main character is an adulteress going through a midlife crisis who wants out of her marriage and who works in a human resources department.
    • The young women Vera helps include an adulteress and a cocktail-slugging party girl.
    • He plays Levin, the troubled noble whose story runs parallel to the adulteress of the title.
    • It has spawned hundreds of essays discussing Edna's role as a possible feminist, painter, adulteress, and more.
    • Jackson's mother was called a ‘common prostitute’ and his wife an immoral adulteress.
    • After having lost another job - as a kitchen maid (I could be nothing as grand as a governess - not an adulteress like me!)