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n. - Used as a French courtesy title.

Usage examples (37)
  • Here comes monsieur Le Beau with his mouth full of news, which he will put on us as pigeons feed their young.
  • And she calls monsieur something still worse, which I would not like to repeat.
  • "But monsieur is no condition to be moved, is he, Ralph?" said Madame Delmare hastily.
  • â⠂ ¬Å That, monsieur, is none of your business, â⠂ ¬Â? he said, smiling. for more
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