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Antoinette

[ an-twuh-net, -tuh-; French ahn-twa-net ]

noun

  1. Ma·rie [m, uh, -, ree, m, a, -, ree], 1755–93, queen of France 1774–93: wife of Louis XVI.
  2. a first name: derived from Antoine.


Antoinette

/ ɑ̃twanɛt /

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Example Sentences

Her claims of being “dead broke” or “not truly well off” sound almost as empathetic as Marie Antoinette telling folks to eat cake.

Think Marie Antoinette and her semi-public dressing rituals.

Antoinette Tuff, who tried to kill herself nine months earlier, talked him out of it.

His first profile will focus on the style of Marie Antoinette with contemporary portrait artist Elizabeth Peyton.

Screenplays for Marie Antoinette, The Women, and Madame Curie fizzled.

We should tell of the ormolu mounts of the little table, and how it really once belonged to Marie Antoinette.

A short time after this she was taken to pass a week at the luxurious abodes of Maria Antoinette.

Maria Antoinette would have gone through fire and blood to have rallied those hosts around her banner.

The princess was in the family conclave which met to consider an amorous escapade of the Duchesse Antoinette de Langeais.

Marie Antoinette read the letter, but not understanding it, twisted it up into a taper and lighted it at her candle.

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