noun, plural mad·e·moi·selles [mad-uh-muh-zelz, mad-mwuh-, mam-zelz] /ˌmæd ə məˈzɛlz, ˌmæd mwə-, mæmˈzɛlz/, mes·de·moi·selles [mey-duh-muh-zel, meyd-mwuh-zel; French meyd-mwa-zel] /ˌmeɪ də məˈzɛl, ˌmeɪd mwəˈzɛl; French meɪd mwaˈzɛl/.
Examples from the Web for mademoiselle
The praise she got in magazines such as Vanity Fair and Mademoiselle never equaled the attacks that came her way.Thank You, Elizabeth Wurtzel: ‘Prozac Nation’ Turns 20|Nicolaus Mills|July 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The former editor of French Vogue is the subject of a documentary, ‘Mademoiselle C,’ about the making of her new magazine.
A new documentary about her, Mademoiselle C, opens Wednesday.
Mademoiselle C, the highly anticipated documentary about Carine Roitfeld, hits theaters on September 11.Karl Lagerfeld Shows His Paternal Side in Carine Roitfeld Documentary|Isabel Wilkinson|September 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then we came back to New York and I got a job working at Mademoiselle.
The only words he uttered were to inquire about the condition of Mademoiselle Plouernel.
Mademoiselle de Corandeuil was entirely occupied in restoring her poodle to health.Gerfaut, Complete|Charles de Bernard
I stood looking at them, bewildered and astonished by Mademoiselle's loyalty.The Crossing|Winston Churchill
"Perhaps you overrate your find, mademoiselle," he suggested, but with unconcealed interest.Mlle. Fouchette|Charles Theodore Murray
The piety of Mademoiselle de Tonnay-Charente was violent and inflammatory.Princes and Poisoners|Frantz Funck-Brentano