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chanteuse

[ shan-toos; French shahn-tœz ]

noun

, plural chan·teuses [shan-, too, -siz, shah, n, -, tœz].
  1. a female singer, especially one who sings in nightclubs and cabarets.


chanteuse

/ ʃɑ̃tøz /

noun

  1. a female singer, esp in a nightclub or cabaret


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Word History and Origins

Origin of chanteuse1

1885–90; < French, feminine of chanteur; -euse

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Word History and Origins

Origin of chanteuse1

French: singer

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Example Sentences

The sultry chanteuse enraged the daughter of late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain with comments she made about wanting to die young.

Lorde, the 17-year-old New Zealand chanteuse, can apparently do no wrong.

So, it came as a major surprise when the Icelandic chanteuse unleashed a wild attack on a reporter back in 1996.

Carla Bruni It goes without saying that model-turned-chanteuse-turned-first-lady Carla Bruni is a style maven.

Mlle. Bianchi was a marvellous chanteuse lgre, the equal of Gerster.

I will have to dig a tunnel through your neckties to see if you have a cafe au lait or a cafe chanteuse in the trunk.

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