grande dame

[ gran dam, deym; French grahnd dam ]SEE DEFINITION OF grande dame

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That again got overlaid by the sans-façon of a grande dame of the Second Empire.

She is quite indifferent to coquetry, this grande dame of the ancien regime!

Monsieur and the grande dame were at Baden when the former died.

You play the grande dame so well, that you are sure to reap the penalty of it.

The Grande Dame of Geneseo did not agree with any of these makeshifts.

There is something of the grande dame in Rome, a flavour of old-world courtesy.

And this must all tell with a banker's daughter, dying, of course, to be a grande dame.

But can a grande dame, as she is, ever have too much dignity of the soul?

She smokes to excess and plays, perhaps, too much the grande dame.

"She will be quite the grande dame, by and by," said one lady, watching her that night.

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