Then he added with convincing certainty that madame was without doubt Parisienne.
Fine teeth, black eyes, a dainty foot, a figure like a Parisienne's.
Lily—it was a distant memory, but no matter—recognized Poland, the Parisienne, with the painted face and the violent scent.
And Nunkie talked and talked: the Parisienne, a perpetual scandal!
In another respect the Victorian is the direct opposite of the Parisienne.
She, Lily Clifton, 161 was treated like a “Parisienne”: she hated that sort!
The "Parisienne" was the smallest size, and the "Grosse Nonpareille" the largest.
The weather may be bitterly cold, but that makes no difference to the Parisienne.
I think you must have "evoluted" from that neat blending of serpent and dove which eventually produces a perfect Parisienne.
Wherever there is clever entertainment, there one finds the swell Parisienne.