noun, plural chan·son·ettes [shahn-saw-net; English shan-suh-suh-nets] /ʃɑ̃ sɔˈnɛt; English ˌʃæn sə səˈnɛts/. French.
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Historical Examples of chansonette
She laughed and now John knew that it was she whom he had heard singing the chansonette in that low murmuring tone.The Forest of Swords
Joseph A. Altsheler
They include a blithe "Chansonette" and a "Valse Impromptu," 440 which, unlike the usual impromptu, has the ex tempore spirit.Contemporary American Composers