[ maw-ree-zoh ]
/ mɔ riˈzoʊ /
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Berthe [bert], /bɛrt/, 1841–95, French Impressionist painter.



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Example sentences from the Web for Morisot

  • Guppy and Pinkerton were dead, and Williams, Morisot, and myself were down with typhus.

    Under the Red Crescent|Charles S. Ryan
  • Really cleverer than Madame Morisot, said Odd, looking back to the canvas, delightful as she is!

    The Dull Miss Archinard|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  • Morisot and Williams got over the worst of the illness sooner than I did; but for some time we all required watching.

    Under the Red Crescent|Charles S. Ryan
  • So we said good-bye to Stiven and Morisot, and devoted ourselves anew to the hospital work.

    Under the Red Crescent|Charles S. Ryan

British Dictionary definitions for Morisot

/ (French morizo) /


Berthe (bɛrtə). 1841–95, French impressionist painter; noted for her studies of women and children
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