noun, plural trous·seaux [troo-sohz, troo-sohz] /ˈtru soʊz, truˈsoʊz/, trous·seaus.
Examples from the Web for trousseau
"Very good in you, Dick; but it isn't the bridegroom's place to supply the trousseau," said Chester, only half mollified.Elsie at Home|Martha Finley
Said I might as well get my trousseau while I was gadding about this time.Green Valley|Katharine Reynolds
This was a display, article by article, of the bride's trousseau, which took place while the guests were still sitting at table.A Decade of Italian Women, vol. I (of 2)|T. Adolphus Trollope
Why, her trousseau is ordered, and some of the things have arrived.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood
She was compelled to occupy herself with the great affair of the trousseau until evening.Strong as Death|Guy de Maupassant