Definition of Mademoiselle

1. Noun. Small silvery drumfish often mistaken for white perch; found along coasts of United States from New York to Mexico.

Exact synonyms: Bairdiella Chrysoura, Silver Perch
Generic synonyms: Drum, Drumfish
Group relationships: Bairdiella, Genus Bairdiella



Definition of Mademoiselle

1. n. A French title of courtesy given to a girl or an unmarried lady, equivalent to the English Miss.

Definition of Mademoiselle

1. Noun. Courtesy title for an unmarried woman in France or a French-speaking country ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mademoiselle

1. [n MADEMOISELLES or MESDEMOISELLES]

Medical Definition of Mademoiselle

1. 1. A French title of courtesy given to a girl or an unmarried lady, equivalent to the English Miss. 2. A marine food fish (Sciaena chrysura), of the Southern United States. Synonym: yellowtail, and silver perch. Origin: F, fr. Ma my, f. Of mon + demoiselle young lady. See Damsel. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mademoiselle

made tracks
made up
made use
made use of(p)
made waves
madefication
madefied
madefies
madefy
madefying
madeira
madeiras
madeleine
madeleines
madelung deformity
mademoiselle (current term)
mademoiselles
maderise
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maderises
maderize
maderized
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madescent
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madge
madges
madhouse
madhouses

Literary usage of Mademoiselle

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1. The History of France from the Earliest Times to 1848 by Guizot (François), Witt (Henriette Elizabeth) (1885)
"The great mademoiselle had just attempted to show her independence: tired of not being married, With a curse on the greatness which kept her astrand, ..."

2. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"Is it then mademoiselle de Retz ?" By no means; you are far astray. ... On my word — on my sacred word — on my word of honor— mademoiselle! ..."

3. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1900)
"of mademoiselle Fauvette was a ravishing toilet; and her hat, ... So, when mademoiselle Fauvette slipped in one day to the second déjeuner, as she took her ..."

4. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1895)
"This fear he confided often to Corporal Pey- rolles, and almost as frequently to mademoiselle. Peyrolles applauded " my boy," as he called Philip; ..."

5. The Nineteenth Century (1889)
"mademoiselle Moliere had been the model for mademoiselle 1'Estoile (1697). mademoiselle 1'Estoile in her turn was the instructress of mademoiselle ..."

6. The Musical World (1866)
"mademoiselle VESTRI, (From the Theatre Italian, at Paris. ... mademoiselle M 0 RENSI, (Hoi First Appearance in England.) Madame MARIA VILD A. (Her First ..."

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