You're going to this musicale in a Vincent dress of mine, if you can wear it, and judging by the eye, I think you can.
You've got to have your clothes if you're going to the musicale.
The usual time for the afternoon musicale is from four to six.
Yet she goes to New York the very day her friend gives a musicale.
On the evening on which it was to take place the bride and groom had dined at one house, and gone to a musicale at another.
The drawing-room was delicious that May afternoon—the next after the musicale at Landgrave's.
Glad to see you back alive, and just in time for Agnes to kill you with Mrs. Miller's musicale.
The death of her husband must have been a dreadful blow to Mrs. musicale.
If musicale is too serviceable to demand banishment, why should it not drop the e and become musical?
Four were going to a musicale, half a dozen to do some last shopping.