noun, plural mo·distes [moh-deests; French maw-deest]. /moʊˈdists; French mɔˈdist/.
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Her dwelling, which I first visited with Evie and her aunt, was on the first floor of the modiste's at the back.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
And you think of the feelings of your modiste, and ignore those of your poor old (but well-preserved) Godmother!
The scene is at a dressmaker's; the cast: the modiste, two dressmakers, and sewing-girls.
The modiste, oppressed by the sad songs that portray their own unhappiness, bids them sing of other people's happiness.
First in a milliner shop; then as dresser to a model in the shop of a swell modiste; always watching how the ladies behave.Children of the Whirlwind|Leroy Scott