Definition of Mademoiselles
1. mademoiselle [n] - See also: mademoiselle
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Literary usage of Mademoiselles
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1. The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Slingsby Duncombe, Late M.P. for Finsbury by Thomas H. Duncombe (1868)
"Patronage of the drama—The King's Theatre—Operatic favourites —Dress—"Le Jambe de Vestris"—Danseuses—Lord Fife and mademoiselles Noblet and ..."
2. Chronological History of the 364th Field Hospital Company by Alvin Otto Binswanger, Harlan C. Bristow (1921)
"forded, by way of variety, opportunity for meeting new and more classy mademoiselles—for illusion was ever busy— as well as lunch in the shade of the trees ..."
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