[ UK /dˈɛmɔ‍ɪsˌɛl/ ]
  1. a young unmarried woman
  2. small brilliantly colored tropical marine fishes of coral reefs
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How To Use demoiselle In A Sentence

  • Here a general murmur arose, and the teacher, opening her lips for the first time, ejaculated — “Silence, mesdemoiselles!” The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte
  • Mr Foster maintained his composure: If acceptable manners were a paddock, Mademoiselle Marguerite had not yet jumped the fence.
  • Parlez-vous français, mesdemoiselles!" cried madame, and we filed out into the dusty street, at the corner of which sat another of our visible tokens of the coming of the season of flowers; a dirty, shriveled old Irishwoman, full of benedictions and beggary, who, all through the summer, sold "posies" to the passers-by. Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls
  • Mademoiselle herself looked worthy of her squire, for her dark, animated face stood the test of the unrelieved whiteness so successfully, that she was all ablush with delight at the discovery that she was not an old woman after all, but on occasion could still look as girlish as she felt. Pixie O'Shaughnessy
  • ‘Good morning to you too, mademoiselle,’ said John in exaggerated courtesy.
  • `I wouldn't hang about if I was you, mademoiselle ," the sentry said. DISPLACED PERSON
  • Eric approached her at rehearsal that day, ‘Bonjour mademoiselle.’
  • Jacques is made up like the king as they suspect there will be a French revolution, but Jacques just wants to help Mademoiselle Rimbaud (Pamela Stephenson), who is trying to get a pardon for her father. THE MEL BROOKS COLLECTION Blu-ray Review – Collider.com
  • ‘Mon demoiselle,’ Garnier said with the slightest hint of sadness, ‘Can you not be courteous to me for this one visit?’
  • Seldom had the King evinced more gaiety of heart than at this particular period, or appeared to derive greater amusement from the gossipry of the Court and the gallantries of the courtiers; and he no sooner ascertained that Mademoiselle d'Entragues had become the mistress of Bassompierre than he said laughingly to the Duc de Guise: The Life of Marie de Medicis
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