use prioress in a sentence.
The term prioress is properly applied only to a superioress in a convent which has the papal approbation and whose members make solemn profession, that is, to convents which belong to an order in the strict sense of the word.
All the sisters here are quite happy, and the prioress is extremely good.
The prioress is so well skilled in these matters, that she has made the bargain with one of her friends, who knows it was for this house.
The prioress is quite well and happy; she is much better than I am, and she is also exceedingly devoted to your ladyship.
Both of them are confined to their bed, and the sub-prioress is dangerously ill.