The anglaise had already begun as the sisters entered the ball-room.
Strictly speaking, Daniel Cooper was one figure of the anglaise.
And then she was eccentric, eccentric in cold blood; she was an anglaise, after all.
What he had mainly in mind was to say to the old actress that she had been mistaken—the jeune anglaise wasn't such a grue.
La petite anglaise and Marie Hazard did as the others did: and here is the whole history.
"Don't urge her; she may change her mind and go with you," dryly remarked anglaise with back towards us as she dusted the mantel.
"Perhaps the miladi anglaise might give up one of her rooms for dis one," debated the hostess, bustling away to ask.
He turned round, probably to quiz la belle anglaise he expected to behold.
I must have made miles of "open-work" (the modern broderie anglaise, only better) for underclothes, first and last.
Madame was too charitable to criticise, but I think she regarded the jeune fille anglaise as unbecomingly emancipated.