[ French dee-zœz ]
/ French diˈzœz /
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noun, plural di·seuses [dee-zœz]. /diˈzœz/.
a female professional entertainer who performs monologues.
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/ (French dizœz) /
(esp formerly) an actress who presents dramatic recitals, usually sung accompanied by musicMale counterpart: diseur (French dizœr)
Word Origin for diseuse
C19: from French, feminine of diseur speaker, from dire to speak, from Latin dīcere
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