Indeed she felt, whatever the demoiselle might aver, that little option would be given her in the matter.
He would fall in love, not with the demoiselle, but the dower.
He imperiously signed to his guards, and at once the demoiselle was gripped harshly by both arms.
There's for the demoiselle who craved for knights to break lances for her!'
It has been said that D'Hugues was one, but the demoiselle's conduct for some time past renders that improbable.
Also a silk purse, worked by the demoiselle Marie, containing a hundred pieces.
Of course our demoiselle can fly well; one need only look at those wings to know that.
Alone missing from it was the cold, colorless beauty of the demoiselle Marie.
A single word justified everything; she was a demoiselle Afchin.
"—demoiselle," replied Louise, complying with the invitation.