noun, plural mé·nages [mey-nah-zhiz; French mey-nazh] /meɪˈnɑ ʒɪz; French meɪˈnaʒ/.
Examples from the Web for menage
Did you ever hear of anything so absurd as Leonora presiding over a missionary's menage?Dear Enemy|Jean Webster
The Baron put an end to the conversation by desiring Edmund to go with him into the menage to see his horses.The Old English Baron|Clara Reeve
There is nothing more fascinating to a girl than the menage of a young couple of her own age.What Katy Did Next|Susan Coolidge
Menage observes on a friend having had his library destroyed by fire, in which several valuable MSS.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli
This "menage" at Beaulieu oppressed him, and he hated the place.Stella Fregelius|H. Rider Haggard