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But it is so; oh, very frivolous—very mondaine, before the war—who loved good things, as a child loves sugar plums!
The mondaine Empress was at once merged in the adoring mother; her whole soul was wrapped up in the boy.
You must not confuse the demi-mondaine with the grande cocotte.
IN VANITY FAIRELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD
For once, the demi-mondaine was alone, bored to extinction by the blatant ribaldry of Octave Mirbeau.
ZUT AND OTHER PARISIANSGUY WETMORE CARRYL
Now that she is back, she takes her return as carelessly and unblushingly as a demi-mondaine does her annual return from Dinard.
A VILLAGE OF VAGABONDSF. BERKELEY SMITH
A demi-mondaine from Paris or Vienna, who had stranded in the east and made her fortune in the harem of some great Syrian?
MAJESTYLOUIS COUPERUS
She was too instinctive to become a fashionable demi-mondaine.
There was a long silence, and then the demi-mondaine looked up.
ZUT AND OTHER PARISIANSGUY WETMORE CARRYL
Algiers is very mondaine, and its morals as varied as its population.
The Vicomte was stupefied; he thought she was a demi-mondaine.
THE LETTERS OF HER MOTHER TO ELIZABETHW. R. H. (WILLIAM RUTHERFORD HAYES) TROWBRIDGE

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