Definition of Dauphines

1. dauphine [n] - See also: dauphine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dauphines

daunter
daunters
daunting
dauntingly
dauntless
dauntlessly
dauntlessness
dauntlessnesses
daunton
dauntoned
dauntons
daunts
daunyng
dauphin
dauphine
dauphines (current term)
dauphiness
dauphinesses
dauphinoise
dauphinoises
dauphins
daur
daurade
daured
dauring
daurs
daut
dauted
dautie
dauties

Literary usage of Dauphines

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1. Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres by Henry Adams (1905)
"Saint James, better known as Santiago of Compostella, was a compliment to the young Dauphine — before dauphines existed — the Princess Blanche of Castile, ..."

2. Les Misérables by Victor Hugo (1887)
"Pekins, damasks, lam- pas, painted moires, robes of shot gros de Tours, India kerchiefs embroidered in gold that could be washed, dauphines without a right ..."

3. Lives of the Queens of England: From the Norman Conquest by Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland (1852)
"... that she had the good fortune to please the most fastidious of the French ladies. " When the queen of England went to visit the dauphines*. ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"Principal peaks of the Cottian Alps: Monte Viso, 12605 feet; Chardonnet 12373; Ciama- rella, 12081 ; of the dauphines Alps : Pic des Écrins, 13462; ..."

5. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1911)
"The dauphines of France. With frontispiece and sixteen illustrations. London: S. Paul & Co., 1910. 413 (i)p., t port. 8°. Harper (Charles George). ..."

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