beau monde[ boh mond; French boh mawnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF beau monde
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I chose the latter, on account of the beau monde which the soldier had boasted of.
How full of the savour and luxurious tang of the beau monde!
"They have calumniated the beau monde," mused he in leaving.
There is too much taste in the beau monde to higgle about certain services.
"Not regularly handsome, I admit, my dear," Mrs. Beau Monde would say.
The "Beau Monde" might have been described as a magazine for the standardizing of the newly-rich.
There can be no question but that the middle-class fashion designer revenges himself upon the beau monde.
You used to have the beau monde throng after you, and a flock of gay fine perukes hovering round you.
I hear that there is great anxiety prevalent in the beau monde on the score of invitations.
The gossip of the Washington beau monde, very naturally furnished a theme for the lively tongues of the needle-women.