- a sofa or settee, usually upholstered, having two seats with a common backrest between them.
Origin of boudeuse
< French, noun use of boudeuse sulky, sullen (boud(er) to sulk, be sullen + -euse -euse
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Examples from the Web for boudeuse
While the Boudeuse was casting her anchor, canoes filled with women came around her.Ocean's Story; or Triumphs of Thirty Centuries
But scarcely had the Boudeuse gained the open sea when a furious tempest arose.
This experience sufficed to convince the captain that the Boudeuse was but little fitted for the voyage he had before him.
Variable winds, heavy weather, and a running sea, caused much damage to the Boudeuse.
It was impossible to cross the Pacific with only six months' provisions, which was all the Boudeuse carried.