[ be-nyœz ]
/ bɛˈnyœz /
noun, plural bai·gneuses [be-nyœz] /bɛˈnyœz/. French Furniture.
a day bed of the Empire period, having a back sloping and curving to form a rounded head and foot.
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Origin of baigneuse
< French: literally, bather (feminine)
Words nearby baigneuse
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Example sentences from the Web for baigneuse
Her baigneuse—generally of chiffon and old point lace—has not lost a curve.The Second Thoughts of An Idle Fellow|Jerome K. Jerome
I was as innocent in thought and intention as a baigneuse at Margate.