Like a great tabloid headline, The adventuress by N.D. Coleridge promises a lurid story that spares no detail.
The adventuress By N.D. Coleridge A social-climbing seductress sleeps her way to the top of society.
At the same time valuable pieces of furniture disappeared from our house, and were carted to adventuress No.
“The creature must be a fool, or an adventuress,” pronounced the Chancellor.
As I am to be an adventuress, I must do the best I can for myself.
Miss Mackall recognized the adventuress of Musquasepi, and knew what she had come for.
He had made her blush, and had come near to making her angry, while an adventuress would not have shown her feelings so easily.
"You speak exactly as if you were planning to be an adventuress," said Phyllis, coldly.
I can't stultify myself to prove this poor girl an adventuress.
Suddenly she broke out: "I always thought her an adventuress!"