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duchesse

[ French dy-shes ]
/ French düˈʃɛs /
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noun, plural du·chesses [French dy-shes]. /French düˈʃɛs/. French Furniture.

a daybed having a rounded, partially enclosed head and usually a similar foot, sometimes made in two or three pieces able to be used separately (duchesse brisée ).

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Origin of duchesse

From French, dating back to 1785–95; see origin at duchess
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British Dictionary definitions for duchesse

duchesse
/ (ˈdʌtʃɪs) /

noun

Australian and NZ a dressing table or chest of drawers with a mirror
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