Definition of Soirees

1. Noun. (plural of soiree) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of soirée cap=true) ¹

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Definition of Soirees

1. soiree [n] - See also: soiree

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soirees

soile
soiled
soilier
soiliest
soiliness
soiling
soilings
soilless
soillike
soils
soilure
soilures
soily
soiree
soiree musicale
soirees (current term)
soitenly
soixante-neuf
soja
soja bean
sojas
sojer
sojourn
sojourned
sojourner
sojourners
sojournest
sojourneth
sojourning
sojournment

Literary usage of Soirees

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1. Horae Sabbaticae: Reprint of Articles Contributed to the Saturday Review by James Fitzjames Stephen (1892)
"... MAISTRE—'soirees DE ST. PETERSBOURG'1 HARDLY any book written in recent times contains so large a quantity of material suggesting interesting discussion ..."

2. The Ottawa Naturalist by Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club (1902)
"soirees. HENRY F. OSBORN. There was a large attendance of members of the Club and their friends at the first of the' winter soirees at the Normal School ..."

3. Paris of To-day by Richard Kaufmann (1891)
"soirees. Parisian soirees of the day fall in two great divisions, the open and the closed. There is that difference between them, that it is almost ..."

4. Theodore Thomas, a Musical Autobiography by Theodore Thomas, George Putnam Upton (1905)
"V SYMPHONIC soirees TT WAS in December, 1864, that Mr. Thomas or- •*• ganized an orchestra and began his famous series of symphonic "soirees" which closed ..."

5. The Musical World (1851)
"... soirees, 65—London Wednesday, 78—Society of British Musicians, ... soirees, 417—Royal Academy of Music, 418—Beethoven Quartet Society, 429—Mdlle. ..."

6. Marchesi and Music: Passages from the Life of a Famous Singing-teacher by Mathilde Marchesi (1905)
"Musical soirees.—Concert in Aid of Hungarian Refugees. — A Famous Musical Critic. ... Music was the great feature at their house, and he gave many soirees. ..."

7. The Gentleman's Magazine (1851)
"The Gr*tt Exhibition—Conversazione at the Mansion House—Lord Ross*'] soirees—Admission given to Northumberland House and to the Earl of ..."

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