Mlle. Soubise was then very young, and in appearance like a Creole.
The Creole, it is true, tried and failed to take the helm of conversation.
I was myself the first at liberty, and sprang towards the 'Creole.'
From the author of "Creole and Puritan" and other stories; and is very bright and readable.
Cassy was dressed after the manner of the Creole Spanish ladies,—wholly in black.
“I am a Creole,” she said, with a perceptible flush of resentment.
The Acadian caterpillar often turns into a Creole butterfly.
They say she is the most elegant lady in the world—though she is a Creole, like you, my darling.
Beside him lay the Creole youth in whose charge Delmonte had left Manuela.
It is needless to say that I was now deeply interested in this young Creole.