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  • n. A female from Paris.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A female native or resident of Paris.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A female native of or resident in Paris.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a female native or resident of Paris


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From French Parisienne, from Paris.


  • "Parisienne" -- so near does Art bring the old red mill to the Moulin

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  • One-on-One with a French tutor a Parisienne was my best learning experience, once per week for an hour.

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  • If you can handle more than the "All-American," try the "Parisienne" made with creamy brie, roasted figs, roasted shiitake mushrooms & fresh rosemary.

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  • The Mademoiselle à Paris blog -- which chronicles the adventures of a "Parisienne" via "Mademoiselle's" fashion and beauty ramblings -- was throwing itself a 2nd birthday party.

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  • She, Lily Clifton, was treated like a "Parisienne": she hated that sort!

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  • At the age of 20, after attending several pattern-making courses in her native Copenhagen and in London, in addition to a semester at the prestigious French fashion school Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, Ms. Skovgaard came across an advertisement in a local Danish paper seeking a designer for work in Dubai.

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  • The 1800 rule stipulated than any Parisienne wishing to dress like a man "must present herself to Paris 'main police station to obtain authorisation".

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  • I am remnded of a party my wife, who is a Parisienne, and I attended shortly after we moved from Mobie to San Francisco in the 1970s.

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  • "Pousierre was the patriarch of the fisherman´s family on Arcachon Bay at Gujan-Mestras poor and destitute as Albanians but then came The Hound from Alabama with his new Parisienne bride lusting after that leg of lamb roast with garlic cloves and rosemary but puntbrain wanted Pousierre´s favorite cut never before contested."

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  • Take Kristin Cavallari: Seeing her in front rows across New York, K. Cav was a walking billboard for celebrity as chameleonic model -- ladylike at Luca Luca, Parisienne at Malandrino and punky-girly at Betsey Johnson.

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