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causeuse

[ koh-zœz ]
/ koʊˈzœz /
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noun, plural cau·seuses [koh-zœz]. /koʊˈzœz/. French Furniture.
an upholstered settee for two persons.
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Origin of causeuse

1835–45; <French, equivalent to caus(er) to chat (see causerie) + -euse-euse
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