True, she had the comfort of the thought, 'Ellen Malden is so bourgeoise,' but to-day it did not still her heart.
"You've got a bourgeoise mind, Loring," said O'Rane reflectively.
There was no sign of Sullivan, or of his partner, or of his partner's mother, the bourgeoise with the green fan.
You look at it from a bourgeoise dollar-and-cents point of view.
Take a calf's liver, lard it with fat bacon, braise it with the bourgeoise garnish—carrots and turnips.
This woman—she's bourgeoise to the core, and a Romantic to boot.
Another example of the beneficial effects of the Pincio on the bourgeoise, thought Rocjean.
The bourgeois is avaricious, the bourgeoise is a prude; your century is unfortunate.
She came up to him, not with a bourgeoise's enquiry, "How do I look?"
It is homeliness, or rather homeyness, that is dear to my bourgeoise mind.