Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A female citizen or inhabitant.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "citoyenne" Bonaparte had become "Madame" Bonaparte, and the young daughter of the citizeness Josephine heard herself called

    Empress Josephine An historical sketch of the days of Napoleon

  • A clue and an answer lie just around the bend, beyond a beaten bamboo fence ... where a citoyenne* lies sleeping at the front door, in the hall entrance!

    French Destinations

  • A clue and an answer lie just around the bend, beyond a beaten bamboo fence ... where a citoyenne* lies sleeping at the front door, in the hall entrance!

    Characters

  • A clue and an answer lie just around the bend, beyond a beaten bamboo fence... where a citoyenne* lies sleeping at the front door, in the hall entrance!

    French Destinations

  • She, Caribbean and antillaise, citoyenne of France - a citizen of Europe through Europe's hold on its final outposts in the Americas.

    Race in europe

  • She, Caribbean and antillaise, citoyenne of France - a citizen of Europe through Europe's hold on its final outposts in the Americas.

    Slavery world history: 10 May

  • Another time, when my aunt again asked for fast-day food they answered: "Why, citoyenne, don't you know what has taken place? none but fools believe all that."

    Lent at Versailles

  • She, Caribbean and antillaise, citoyenne of France - a citizen of Europe through Europe's hold on its final outposts in the Americas.

    Las americas

  • A clue and an answer lie just around the bend, beyond a beaten bamboo fence... where a citoyenne* lies sleeping at the front door, in the hall entrance!

    Characters

  • Another time, when my aunt again asked for fast-day food they answered: "Why, citoyenne, don't you know what has taken place? none but fools believe all that."

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