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divorcée

or di·vor·cee

[ dih-vawr-sey, -see, -vohr-, -vawr-sey, -vohr- ]
/ dɪ vɔrˈseɪ, -ˈsi, -voʊr-, -ˈvɔr seɪ, -ˈvoʊr- /
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noun
a divorced woman.
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Origin of divorcée

First recorded in 1805–15; from French divorcée, feminine of divorcé; see origin at divorcé

usage note for divorcée

See fiancée.
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British Dictionary definitions for divorcée

divorcée
/ (dɪvɔːˈsiː) /

noun
a person, esp a woman, who has been divorced
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