from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A woman chauffeur.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A woman who operates an automobile.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a woman chauffeur
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A chauffeuse is a novelty, and when you've said that you've said everything. "
Feminist Interpretation: The man is exercising his power over the woman by exploiting her as his chauffeuse.
They live in wonderfully decorated bedrooms in a big house in a leafy suburb with an excellent public school, plenty of private lessons, a stay-at-home parent/chauffeuse, mountains of toys and an almost steady supply of $8 bottles of pure maple syrup for their toaster waffles.
You offer your hindquarters a Directory chauffeuse as a Louis
Brabazon, had for the last six months filled the post of companion-chauffeuse to Lady Susan Hallett.
A companion-chauffeuse isn't always at liberty to play about with the scapegrace young men of her acquaintance, you know.
"Rose, you low-down quitter, you punk chauffeuse!"
The Ramsgates thought they'd got a perfect jewel of a chauffeuse -- smart, businesslike, knew town well, knew when she might exceed the speed limit and when she mightn't, thoroughly understood her car and so on.
Someone said to his mother, "I wonder you trust your boy out alone with that chauffeuse of yours."
Speaking of those who've given all their motors to the State and those who haven't, a new social danger has bobbed up for the latter -- the chauffeuse.