noun, plural max·ix·es [mak-seek-suhz; Portuguese mah-shee-shis]. /mækˈsik səz; Portuguese mɑˈʃi ʃɪs/.
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Origin of maxixe
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Example sentences from the Web for maxixe
At the Maison Maxixe you can pull any kind of romance, stale or recent, and nobody'll care a hoot.
Then they danced and his heart thumped; but subtly it was persuaded to thump in the measure of that unholy Maxixe.In a Little Town|Rupert Hughes
She placed a Maxixe record on the Victrola that stood by the piano; then she held out her arms to him.The Wall Street Girl|Frederick Orin Bartlett
And you can bet I didn't linger in front of the Maison Maxixe long after that.
But the management at the Maison Maxixe don't stand for any rough stuff.