noun, plural mi·lieus, French mi·lieux [mee-lyœ] /miˈlyœ/.
Origin of milieu
Examples from the Web for milieu
Above all, artists deserve a milieu in which musical talent is celebrated and given some acknowledgement in the media.Music Criticism Has Degenerated Into Lifestyle Reporting|Ted Gioia|March 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She deems her work “craft with modern techniques” and has been welcomed into the milieu despite an unconventional approach.
Instead he describes the milieu in which the works were created and received.
That was the milieu he came from: the paid-by-the-word grind of the hack writer.
The two shows are so similar—premise, tone, characters, milieu—that comparisons are inevitable.
Elle se tenait au milieu de la porte, un peu de ct, avec le visage tourn vers moi.Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death|Frederick W. H. Myers
Other botanists—French, German, and English—have also been led to believe in the direct influence of the milieu, or environment.Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution|Alpheus Spring Packard
Comme il se couchait de trs bonne heure, il lui arrivait de s'veiller au milieu de la nuit.Since Czanne|Clive Bell
On the Zone, the Spanish labourer works in order to save and to depart, the milieu being foreign to him and unattractive.The Panama Canal and its Makers|Vaughan Cornish
No playwright is more joyously observant than Mr. Jones; and none observes more accurately, in the milieu that he has chosen.Dolly Reforming Herself|Henry Arthur Jones