noun, plural bour·geois·es [boo r-zhwah-ziz, boo r-zhwah-ziz; French boor-zhwaz] /ˈbʊər ʒwɑ zɪz, bʊərˈʒwɑ zɪz; French burˈʒwaz/.
Origin of bourgeoise
Examples from the Web for bourgeoise
"A bourgeoise also," I replied for him, anxious to turn the tide of conversation into another channel for some reasons.Miriam Monfort|Catherine A. Warfield
To your left you see the 'suspect,' the 'bourgeoise,' step-by-step reformer, Miss Mabel Train.Comrade Yetta|Albert Edwards
I will relate a story on this subject respecting a bourgeoise of Guyenne and the Sire de Beaumanoir.
The strait-laced bourgeois or bourgeoise was shocked, and did not repeat the visit.An Englishman in Paris|Albert D. (Albert Dresden) Vandam
He began to think that it might be worth his while to marry her in spite of her bourgeoise blood.The Island Mystery|George A. Birmingham
Word Origin and History for bourgeoise
proper French fem. of bourgeois (q.v.).