"women given to intrigue," 1806, from fem. of French intrigant, from Italian intrigante, present participle of intrigare (see intrigue).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for intrigante
Do you think she is an adventuress, an intrigante, 'or worse' still, then?
I pine for London, and I don't see why I should have been driven out of it by an intrigante.Lady Rose's Daughter
Mrs. Humphry Ward
She had but little of the curiosity of the flirt, and none of the intrigante's joy in furtiveness.Main Street
This girl was an intrigante of a type that abounded at the French Court throughout the ancien rgime.Court Beauties of Old Whitehall
W. R. H. Trowbridge
Her Majesty had probably been told that the Princess was an intrigante, and was afraid of committing herself.The Greville Memoirs (Second Part)
Charles C. F. Greville