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damoiselle

or dam·o·sel, dam·o·zel

[dam-uh-zel]
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noun Archaic.
  1. damsel.
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Examples from the Web for damosel

Historical Examples

  • Over in a corner sat a half-portion Damosel who had come to town on a Visit.

    Ade's Fables

    George Ade

  • And he abode, till the damosel saw the shadow of him in the mirror.

  • And so he made him ready to go with Balin, and left the damosel still.

  • Now, damosel, said Sir Launcelot, will ye any more service of me?

  • Then, said the damosel, methinketh ye have no lust to help him.


British Dictionary definitions for damosel

damoiselle

damosel or damozel

noun
  1. archaic variants of damsel
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