The fashionable lady beside me was looking expectantly at Monseigneur C——.
Monseigneur C—— delivered his text in a calm voice, glancing quietly over the congregation.
Your memory is treacherous, my dear Monseigneur; look in another drawer.
Monseigneur did not know that the night would be so fatiguing.
Monseigneur was ruffled, distinctly so, and Madame was on the verge of tears.
Monseigneur, you do me too much honor, and I will set the example of confidence.
Monseigneur, with his habitual movement of pastoral benediction, aided this pure soul to free itself from the frail body.
Did not I tell you, Monseigneur, that the Bretons were valuable to us.
He must have heard the voice of Monseigneur, because we who were close to him heard it.
Ah, Monseigneur, you would make us out as infallible as the pope!
c.1600, from French monseigneur (12c.), title of honor equivalent to "my lord," from mon "my" (from Latin meum) + seigneur "lord," from Latin seniorem, accusative of senior "older" (see senior (adj.)). Plural messeigneurs.