[muh-ree loo-eez; French ma-ree lweez]
- 1791–1847, 2nd wife of Napoleon I: empress of France; duchess of Parma 1816–31 (daughter of Francis II of Austria; mother of Napoleon II).
German Maria Luisa.
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Marie-Louise, cool in her buff coat, shrugged her shoulders.
There are things we men, the most material of us, want in our women, and I want it in Marie-Louise.
And if Marie-Louise was more artificial in some ways, she was more open than Eve.
Marie-Louise refused to be tied, and came and went as the spirit moved her.
He found himself calling after her, "Marie-Louise," but she was gone.
- 1791–1847, empress of France (1811–15) as the second wife of Napoleon I; daughter of Francis I of Austria. On Napoleon's abdication (1815) she became Duchess of Parma