madame

[ muh-dam, -dahm, ma-; mad-uh m; French ma-dam ]SEE DEFINITION OF madame

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Will madame be so good to enter our petit salon at the front, n'est-ce-pas?

Je suis tres honore—I am very honoured to welcome you, madame.

How much better the diagnosis of Madame Dacier, who is quoted by Lessing!

An hour later, Hubert was walking round the house where Madame Sidonie lived.

"Let me know the worst," Madame Permon said, with affected distress.

With the same dejected air, Eliza answered as before, "No, madame."

"Yes; go with the lieutenant, children," said Madame Permon.

It was my fortune to be well known to Madame Van Rensselaer, our hostess.

Madame, an exile is always triste: I think of my pauvre pays.

Yes, madame; I wish it were a cannon in defence of La Pologne.

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madam

nouna title of address

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