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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French charmeuse.

NounEdit

charmeuse (countable and uncountable, plural charmeuses)

  1. A fine semi-lustrous crepe in satin weave.
    • 2013, A. Scott Berg, Wilson, Berkley 2014, p. 359:
      One evening Edith outshone herself, wearing a smartly tailored black charmeuse dress designed especially for her by Worth, the leading Paris designer, and a pair of gold slippers []

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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

charmeuse f (plural charmeuses)

  1. female equivalent of charmeur

AdjectiveEdit

charmeuse

  1. feminine singular of charmeur

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