modiste

[ moh-deest; French maw-deest ]SEE DEFINITION OF modiste

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The modiste and the grisette are, doubtless, well read in the mysteries of.

There had been no dressmaking, no consulting of milliner or modiste.

They find the modiste, who inspects her new customers and is all suavity.

I had no desire to run away from a partner who danced so well, though she were a modiste.

"It was a letter for the modiste," she replied with assumed indignation.

Another "modiste" who did "take in material for dresses," and—ladies also!

To begin with, the art of their modiste had been fussy, imitative and timid.

She wondered if she could borrow the picture to show to the modiste.

When they came out of the milliner's or modiste's, Fred was waiting.

We shared the same manicurist, milliner, modiste, and coiffeur.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MODISTE

dressmaker

nounseamstress
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