noun, plural du·chesses [French dy-shes]. /French düˈʃɛs/. French Furniture.
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The Duchesse de Guermantes, once the dominant leader of society, ventures out less and less and is first eclipsed, then forgotten.
The princess was in the family conclave which met to consider an amorous escapade of the Duchesse Antoinette de Langeais.
In 1839 Sallenauve's friends counted on the duchesse's support to elect him deputy.
He had saved the life of M. de Maufrigneuse in the Revolution of July, 1830, through love for the duchesse.
We got Fanny a dress on the sly, gaudy black velvet and Duchesse lace.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
When the difficulty was removed the Duchesse de Valentinois had reached the period of a woman's second youth.Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac