- a syenitic lamprophyre composed chiefly of orthoclase and biotite.
Origin of minette
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Examples from the Web for minette
The more I thought of Minette's conduct, the more puzzled I was.Tom Burke Of "Ours", Volume II (of II)
Charles James Lever
Pierre is just saying that he thinks the American is capable of marrying Minette.
"Father, you must come with us to his lodgings," Minette exclaimed.
Of course it is all Minette's doing; he is as mad as she is.
He is not dead, Minette, the wound is not likely to be fatal, he is only hit in the shoulder.