mademoiselle


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Synonyms for mademoiselle

small silvery drumfish often mistaken for white perch

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Edna looked down at Mademoiselle Reisz and wondered how she could have listened to her venom so long.
Well," agreed Mademoiselle Reisz, with a shrug, "rather pleasant, if it hadn't been for the mosquitoes and the Farival twins.
But as the king, it is said, cannot do without Mademoiselle Mary?
No, mademoiselle," replied Raoul, "I have not yet paid my respects to my father; I was going to his house when Mademoiselle de Montalais so kindly stopped me.
The garrets offered fine quarters to the rats and mice, whose nocturnal performances were related by Mademoiselle Cormon to the Chevalier de Valois, with many expressions of surprise at the inutility of her efforts to get rid of them.
The basis of Mademoiselle Cormon's society consisted of about one hundred and fifty persons; some went at times to the country; others were occasionally ill; a few travelled about the department on business; but certain of the faithful came every night (unless invited elsewhere), and so did certain others compelled by duties or by habit to live permanently in the town.
At times there is a suddenness in the manner of Mademoiselle Hortense so like a bodily spring upon the subject of it that such subject involuntarily starts and fails back.
says Mademoiselle Hortense, darkening her large eyes again.
not very heinous, mademoiselle," he returned, "a mere abuse of confidence.
In plain truth, mademoiselle, it seems as if you were defending this traitor.
Immediately afterwards revolver shots rang out and there was a great noise of tables and furniture being thrown to the ground, as if in the course of a struggle, and again the voice of Mademoiselle calling, "Murder
I have a great mind to go and get Mademoiselle Piombo's easel and place it next to mine," said Matilde Roguin.
I am afraid for the baby," she said to Mademoiselle Bourienne: "Heaven knows what a fright might do.
It contained very few persons, but at the farther end of it sat Mademoiselle Nioche, before her easel.
Mademoiselle Hennequin has no reason to deprecate comparisons--and--but--"