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  • When I cook for friends/myself, the food really look unassuming. :p mevrouw cupcake, thanks!

    25 Things about myself

  • Presently he went to his dinner, requesting Wim to make sure that mevrouw should have a supper tray taken to her bedroom.

    A Good Wife

  • Urged forward, Emily entered the house, smiling shyly at the man who wished her a dignified "Good day 'in English and added," I shall fetch mevrouw: you are expected, mynheer.

    The Fateful Bargain

  • "Yes, thank you, mevrouw, he's making a splendid recovery -- very soon now Mr. van Tecqx says he'll operate on the other hip."

    The Fateful Bargain

  • "That's a nice young lady, mevrouw," he observed with the dignified familiarity of an old family servant.

    Paradise For Two

  • I-- I do beg your pardon, mevrouw, I must have almost lost my wits -- please forget what I said.

    Paradise For Two

  • "Little Dierck will have something worse than the belly-ache, and you also, if you eat of broth or vegetables cooked in a vessel as unclean as that, mevrouw."

    The Dop Doctor

  • The men who had been deputed to search mounted at an order, and fell in with the patrol, and sat upon their saddles outside the courtyard wall exchanging furtive winks as the mevrouw devoted their souls and bodies to everlasting perdition.

    The Dop Doctor

  • De uitreiking begon om vier uur met een welkomstwoord van ons aller mevrouw Neijt en meneer Haeseryn.

    KLuBBKiDD'S RaVe

  • Heel af en toe kun je er ook een hilarisch bericht vinden, zoals dit bericht van een mevrouw met (volgens mij) ernstige relatieproblemen.

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  • Also: an honorific used when saluting ranking officers in the Boer Feline Legion.

    August 6, 2008

  • A courteous form of address to a married Dutch or Afrikaans woman; madam, mistress, milady. Also, a title given to a married Dutch or Afrikaans woman, esp. a teacher.

    August 6, 2008