a woman who is skilled in relating stories and anecdotes interestingly.
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How to use raconteuse in a sentence
He had an insatiable appetite for stories, and Mademoiselle de Mirancourt was an untiring raconteuse.The History of Sir Richard Calmady | Lucas Malet
Mrs. Oldham smiled, well pleased at the tribute to her powers as a raconteuse.The Silver Butterfly | Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
A brilliant raconteuse, Mrs. Houston possesses a fund of anecdote, as original as it is interesting.Notable Women Authors of the Day | Helen C. Black
At least Mrs. Pennybet, a vivacious raconteuse, always declared to me that such was his reply.Tell England | Ernest Raymond
She had attained the reputation of an accomplished raconteuse, and she was proud of it.Prisoners of Hope | Mary Johnston