debutante

[ deb-yoo-tahnt, -tant ]SEE DEFINITION OF debutante

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He could no more resist these things than a debutante in her first season.

She's no debutante any more, you know; she's an 'old girl' in her fifth season.

And not one debutante in ten out of a winter ever gets to go!

Not more than one debutante in ten is; Emily was one of the nine.

But she acted so excellently, no one would have supposed her to be a debutante.

I attended this first sitting with the thrill of a debutante going to a ball.

It beats the debutante slink, that came in with narrow skirts.

And, incongruous as it may sound, Clodagh's was the position of the debutante.

Then it was that I became aware that it was not only because I was a debutante that I had been denied.

On the appearance of a debutante, they say, the first question in Boston is, "Is she clever?"

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