mignonne was weeping and calling her daughter; at last she fell back on her chair, speechless and motionless.
It is so, mignonne, and you could not dance with a lame foot.
Turning to Genevive, he regarded her a moment, and then said softly: "Kiss me, mignonne; I know you love me."
"mignonne, thy husband will be jealous," says the professor.
He asked about mignonne, but he did it with the air of one who dared not reveal all of the interest he took in that young woman.
“Why, the mignonne to be sure, or by what other name she may go,” he answered.
You have had so wide an experience of the world and of men, mignonne!
They were the officers and seamen taken in different prizes by the mignonne.
The next day, when I returned home after doing several errands, I found mignonne in her usual place.
He was directed to see a manly arm round the waist of the mignonne.