Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A former name (in French) of the guillotine.

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Examples

  • And there are some fun bistros—one, in particular, is a little bistro right in the middle of the flea market, called Chez Louisette.

    Thierry Marx Gets His Kicks on the Weekend

  • Julia felt that Louisette was an intellectual lightweight who lacked a serious work ethic and who was more interested in sales than quality, quite happy to offer bastardized recipes that better suited the American market.

    An American in Paris

  • Dedicated in 1929, the gift by Etta Mastbaum and her daughters Louisette, Margery, and Elizabeth to the city of Philadelphia in honor of Jules E. Mastbaum helped establish that city as the most important center for the study of nineteenth - and twentieth-century French sculpture in the Americas.

    Etta Wedell Mastbaum.

  • I was ticked that the Julia Child-Louisette Bertholle-Simone Beck Mastering the Art of French Cooking didn't make the list, but really, the elegance and wit of that book's writing will always take a perceptive backseat to its functionality.

    Scherzando

  • Best regard from Belgium , Louisette passion retriever, cats, in links blog vertpomme friend Québec poesie, ..

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  • Spend the rest of the morning trawling through bric a brac and buried treasures, in search of perfect find… Lunch at “Chez Louisette”, hidden in the depths of the Saint Ouen market, a rowdy French bistro complete with kitschy jazz singers, screaming waitresses and unbeatable Edif Piaf renditions.

    nocturne

  • Early on, Ms. Powell was characteristically blunt about why she focused her attention on Julia Child and not on Louisette Bertholle and Simone Beck, the other authors of “Mastering.”

    “Eat Everything. Have Fun.” — Julia Child | PopPolitics.com

  • There were three dirty, hungry little children, all under ten years of age, Yvonne, Louisette and Jeane, whose father was a sailor stationed at Marseilles.

    The War Romance of the Salvation Army

  • Now and then there would be a present, a keepsake for Louisette, and some money for maman.

    The Goodness of St. Rocque and Other Stories

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