And the grisette—otherwise called the linen-drapers apprentice?
But no one will blame the same student for living in concubinage with a grisette.
Rodolph examined the place with interest, and entered fully into the cheerful disposition of the grisette.
Perhaps you would have had me aspire higher than a grisette?
She—why, she's a grisette; and a very pretty one, too, is she not?
The modiste and the grisette are, doubtless, well read in the mysteries of.
He then resigned himself to make known his presence at the great lady's door as he would have done at that of a grisette.
And he pointed to the grisette, who was now stooping down by the side of the workgirl.
As for Frdrique, I saw that in the bottom of her heart she shared the grisette's unjust suspicions.
And the interview of the lady and the grisette began in this fashion.