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Mademoiselle

Mad·e·moi·selle / ˌmad(ə)m(w)əˈzel; mamˈzel/ • n. (pl. Mes·de·moi·selles / ˌmād(ə)m(w)əˈzel(z)/ ) a title or form of address used of or to an unmarried French-speaking woman: Mademoiselle Rossignol thank you, Mademoiselle. ∎  (mademoiselle) a young Frenchwoman. ∎  (mademoiselle) dated a French governess. ∎  (mademoiselle) a female French teacher in an English-speaking school.

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mademoiselle

mademoiselle title applied to an unmarried Frenchwoman, miss. XVII. — F.; ma my, demoiselle young woman (see DAMSEL).

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mademoiselle

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