mistress


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mistress

A woman who takes control and plays the dominant role in BDSM role-play and sexual activities.
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cried Kitty, springing forward to meet her mistress.
She was at length appeased, and the conversation turned upon him while Kitty was assisting her mistress.
Her rest was troubled at night--at least so I heard from my mistress, who sat up alone with her.
They asked my mistress many questions, at the other end of the room, about what the lady's health had been in past times, and who had attended her, and whether she had ever suffered much and long together under distress of mind.
She held her handkerchief over her face, and shrank from her mistress as she seated herself again in the chair.
I will only remember that you have been an honest and faithful and competent servant while I have employed you; and I will say as much in your favor to any new mistress you like to send to me.
he demanded with a vicious grin, and giving one of the legs of Mistress Affery's chair a kick.
Mistress Affery looked on at Little Dorrit taking off her homely bonnet in the hall, and at Mr Flintwinch scraping his jaws and contemplating her in silence, as expecting some wonderful consequence to ensue which would frighten her out of her five wits or blow them all three to pieces.
Pump, Pump,” interrupted Benjamin; “it’s Christmas eve, Mistress Remarkable, and so, dye see, you had better call me Pump.
The only other lady in the house is Miss Verinder," answered my mistress, with a look of surprise.
When we reached the railway station I think mistress walked from the carriage to the waiting-room.
You're contradicting your own orders," she said to her mistress.