Definition of Reveuse

1. a female day-dreamer [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reveuse

revestiary
revesting
revestries
revestry
revests
revesture
revet
revetement
revetment
revetments
revets
revetted
revetting
reveur
reveurs
reveuse (current term)
reveuses
revhead
revheads
revibrate
revibrated
revibrates
revibrating
revictimization
revictimizations
reviction
revictual
revictualed
revictualing
revictualled

Literary usage of Reveuse

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1. High Steam-pressures in Locomotive Service by William Freeman Myrick Goss (1907)
"reveuse LEVER EIGHTH NOTCH -FROM CENTER FORWARD ... NOTCH FROM CENTER FORWARD reveuse LEVER SECOND NOTCH FROM CENTER FORWARD BOILER PRESSURE 180 POUNDS. ..."

2. Essays on Indian Antiquities: Historic, Numismatic, and Palæographic by James Prinsep, Edward Thomas (1858)
".reveuse : — Female seated on a mor ha, feeding a peacock. ... horseman is proceeding to the left instead of to the right. LEGENDS : — Undeciphered. reveuse ..."

3. Pennsylvania School Journalby Pennsylvania state educational association, Pennsylvania. Dept. of public instruction by Pennsylvania state educational association, Pennsylvania. Dept. of public instruction (1873)
"reveuse: " Let no one consider the day as ended until the duties it brings have been ... reveuse: A Silent Worker is belter than a Noisy Talker. n. ..."

4. Villette by Charlotte Brontë (1853)
"... soumise, reveuse, ma is vous ne 1'etes pas ; c'est moi qui vous le dis: Sauvage ! la ..."

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