- an unmarried young woman.
Origin of bachelorette
Examples from the Web for bachelorette
Contemporary Examples of bachelorette
It had better reviews entering the market than Bachelorette, it had a twisty plot, it had the stars.David Vs. Goliath in the Age of Video on Demand
September 25, 2014
My favorite show on television of all time is The Bachelorette.'SNL' Star Kate McKinnon's Big, 'Awesome,' Emmy-Nominated Year
August 19, 2014
When asked what reality shows he watches, he named The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.Nathan Fielder’s Business Theater: ‘Dumb Starbucks’ Wasn’t a Prank
August 4, 2014
Married at First Sight is the antithesis of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.Reality TV’s Arranged Marriage Fail
July 9, 2014
Fast-forward a decade and 10 seasons of The Bachelorette later.People Prefer ‘The Bachelor’ to ‘The Bachelorette.’ Why? It’s Science.
July 1, 2014
- jocular a young unmarried professional woman
- Canadian another word for bachelor apartment
Word Origin for bachelorette
1935, American English, from bachelor with French ending -ette. Replaced earlier bachelor-girl (1895). Middle French had bachelette "young girl;" Modern French bachelière is found only in the "student" sense.