noun, plural ber·ceuses [French ber-sœz]. /French bɛrˈsœz/. Music.
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Every violinist plays, or ought to play, his delicious "Berceuse."Masters of French Music|Arthur Hervey
When d'Albert plays Chopin's Berceuse, beautifully, it is a lullaby for healthy male children growing too big for the cradle.Plays, Acting and Music|Arthur Symons
As she passed each corpse she knelt beside it and sang the foolish little berceuse that Poitou mothers sing to their babies.
The plaintive melody of the berceuse rang in her ears on duty and off, till at last she could stand it no longer.
If you would like some more, I will play you the Berceuse now.The Damnation of Theron Ware|Harold Frederic