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Definitions of madame

  1. title used for a married Frenchwoman
  2. The French title for a married lady; abbreviated, Mme.
  3. Madam: the original French form.
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Usage examples for madame

  1. Madame is sure to be right. – Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
  2. I think I may be able to find out where Madame has been taken. – The Wheel O' Fortune by Louis Tracy
  3. " She is right," said Madame Grandet. – Eugenie Grandet by Honore de Balzac
  4. Madame Delphine's daughter is the girl he met on the ship. – Madame Delphine by George W. Cable
  5. Madame would call it something else. – Daisy by Elizabeth Wetherell
  6. " But I must see you again-" " Indeed I trust so, madame." – Captain Dieppe by Anthony Hope
  7. Was it a Madame Marigny?" – The Parisians, Book 6. by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  8. Madame, I must be married! – Marie Bashkirtseff (From Childhood to Girlhood) by Marie Bashkirtseff
  9. Isabel Revel had been asked; and, having heard from Madame de Fontanges of the plan agreed upon, and anxious to see the old lawyer, she had consented to join the party. – Newton Forster by Frederick Marryat
  10. Not to me, Madame Goesler. – Phineas Redux by Anthony Trollope
  11. " They say that young man is better- looking than my son," said Madame Phellion to Madame Colleville. – The Lesser Bourgeoisie by Honore de Balzac
  12. Here you are surprised with Madame d'Hergemont. – The Secret of Sarek by Maurice Leblanc
  13. Why has she not, madame? – Valerie by Frederick Marryat
  14. " Madame Boivin says he is an angel, and Eulalie was there. – A Top-Floor Idyl by George van Schaick
  15. Surely you do not love Madame Dubray? – A Little Girl in Old Quebec by Amanda Millie Douglas
  16. I am going to leave you alone here to- day, Madame. – A Royal Prisoner by Pierre Souvestre Marcel Allain
  17. I'm sure you do not, Madame Goesler. – Phineas Redux by Anthony Trollope
  18. Ask Madame to give this to Jan's wife. – Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man by Marie Conway Oemler
  19. A woman of her age is so desperate, Madame Bernstein may have thought, that she will make any efforts to secure a lover. – The Virginians by William Makepeace Thackeray
  20. Send for me when you think fit, and I will come, madame. – The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance by Harriet Martineau
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