demoiselle


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to demoiselle: demoiselle crane
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for demoiselle

a young unmarried woman

References in periodicals archive ?
The Galvins are back with their second concept following the opening of Demoiselle in City Walk earlier this year.
Dubai diners - prepare to be among the first to experience Galvin Restaurants' inaugural location outside the United Kingdom- Demoiselle by Galvin.
Lorsque nous la contactons la premiere fois afin de connaitre son experience, la demoiselle est assez reticente, mais elle finit par confier que nombreux sont ceux les curieux qui la contactent pour en apprendre plus sur elle.
beaucoup moins que]Son Mec a Elle[beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que]Sa demoiselle qui chante le blues[beaucoup plus grand que] deviennent les hymnes des annees 90.
Bond battles back The smile on trainer Lydia Richards' face did not quite tell the whole story after Demoiselle Bond had taken the 6f handicap.
And that's what makes it so powerful - similarly the scenes of Demoiselle cranes migrating from Russia to India for winter and flying over Everest, a peak so high they can barely breathe or flap their wings against the freezing winds.
While the ingredients for a lush exciting romantic thriller are clearly here--beautiful demoiselle handsome men of uncertain intent the Casbah in Algiers--the novel is hampered by problems with character development and believability.
The sanctuary is also home to migratory birds like demoiselle cranes, harriers and short-toed eagles.
Here a number of beautiful demoiselle damselflies hawked over the sedge amongst the trees.
Es Devlin's tiled "downstairs" quarters (the intermittently visible upstairs exposed the Herods' dining room, host and hostess at either end of a lengthy table) recalled not just Dante Ferretti's decor for Pasolini's Salo but Richard Peduzzi's for the premiere of the three-act Lulu--another tale of a complex, death-dealing, death-destined demoiselle fatale.
Aerial shots of the immense taiga forest take one's breath away, as does the camera's accompaniment of Demoiselle cranes in their migration across the Himalayas.
Other firsts to be captured on film include the mating rituals of the blue bird of paradise and golden eagles taking demoiselle cranes on the wing as they migrate over Mount Everest.
Fairy rings by Danny Beath from Shrewsbury, runner up picture in the landscape section' Porcelain mushrooms by Danny Beath from Shrewsbury overall winning picture' Clockwise from left, Mushroom by Mike Reda from Smethick, second prize in the Junior Wildlife Photography Award' Banded Demoiselle by Simon Williams from Norton Canon, Herefordshire, winner of the Junior Wildlife Photography Award' Horsefly at rest by David Wain of Tamworth, runner up in the animal magic category' Sharpstone Hill at dawn by Danny Beath, winning picture in the landscape section' In the rains by Mark Ecclestone from Telford, winner in the animal magic section
1627 - 1693) French princess, known in her life and remembered as La Grande Demoiselle.
The brothers, who have two Michelin-starred restaurants in London - Galvin at Windows and Galvin La Chapelle, opened Demoiselle by Galvin earlier this year also at City Walk.