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  • n. Plural form of soiree.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She worries that Chinese producers now spend much of their time making what they grandly call "soirees" -- knockoffs of the Hong Kong spectacles.

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  • Anna Pavlovna continued to give on free evenings the same kind of soirees as before -- such as she alone had the gift of arranging -- at which was to be found "the cream of really good society, the bloom of the intellectual essence of Petersburg," as she herself put it.

    War and Peace

  • It sounds like one of those sordid "policeman's right ball" kind of soirees -- just the sort that would be a real hoot to crash, especially with video cameras rolling.

    Crooks and Liars

  • Later, I was invited to their house for what they called 'soirees'.

    Clerical Whispers

  • Anna Pavlovna continued to give on free evenings the same kind of soirees as before — such as she alone had the gift of arranging — at which was to be found “the cream of really good society, the bloom of the intellectual essence of

    War and Peace

  • Add them to the hormonal soup at dinner parties and soirees.

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  • The best soirees require a tiny bit of frisson between the opposite sexes to really fire up.

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  • Regular throwers of irregular country house soirees, next up is this ruthlessly romantic get-together.

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  • Not to mention the Legacy soirees—huge events with elaborate settings, attended by the most overly indulged, ridiculously privileged, stunningly beautiful kids on the Eastern Seaboard.

    Ominous

  • He was lionized as a great hero and attended balls, soirees, and open houses held in his honor.

    George Washington’s First War

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