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voyeuse

[ vwa-yœz ]
/ vwaˈyœz /
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noun, plural voy·euses [vwa-yœz]. /vwaˈyœz/. French Furniture.
a chair of the 18th century used at game tables, having a padded top rail on which spectators could lean.
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Origin of voyeuse

<French; feminine of voyeur
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