1. Duchesse [ French d y- shes ] noun, plural du·chesses [French dy-shes].
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2. The hoods were thrown back: one of the women was Madame Vanel, the other the Duchesse de Chevreuse.
3. At Duchesse, our preserved garden roses and peonies are symbols of luxury and beauty
4. Duchesse de Bourgogne is crystal clear, and a deep, almost sullen, ruby colored ale. The head is dense, a very light tan color, and incredibly lasting
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5. Duchesse Satin is a type of satin fabric made with an extra thick satin weave. With a high thread count, medium-to-full body, a heavier weight and drape than regular satin, and a luxurious but firm hand, it is one of the most sought-after fabrics for use in bridal gowns and bridal wear, not to mention evening wear and lingerie.
6. The original Duchesse was a type of upholstered daybed or lounge chair and a variation on the chaise longue
7. Duchesse definition is - a chaise longue with arms that was popular in 18th century France.
8. From Old French Duchesse; equivalent to duc (“duke”) + -esse (“-ess”).
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9. Duchess(e) potatoes (French: pommes de terre Duchesse) consist of a purée of mashed potato, egg yolk, and butter, which is forced from a piping bag or hand-moulded into …
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10. Late 18th century (in Duchesse (sense 2)): from French, literally ‘duchess’.
11. Duchesse satin is commonly used in wedding gowns
12. Duchesse brisée definition, See under Duchesse
13. Louis XV style Duchesse Brisee, the moulded frame with original paint recovered in modern grey fabric, raised up on redded fluted legs
14. The Duchesse Brisée is a wonderful Louis XVI piece shown in our Silver Leaf finish
15. Louis XV style Duchesse Brisée - John Nelson Antiques
16. In a collaboration worthy of Wallis and Edward, renowned bridal designer Vera Wang and Wedgwood have created Duchesse stemware
17. Featuring tapering round bowls and a blazing starburst cut that contrasts delicately with the textures of the matching dinnerware, Duchesse sits on a flared pedestal.
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18. Definition of Duchesse in the Definitions.net dictionary
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19. What does Duchesse mean? Information and translations of Duchesse in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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20. ‘Her Duchesse satin jacket has the potential to be one of the hits of the collection.’ ‘The bride, given in marriage by her father Nickey, looked radiant in an ivory strapless Duchesse satin dress with beaded neckline.’ ‘The makers of white Duchesse satin are upping production.’
21. Duchesse de Lorraine was bestowed its name in homage to Lorraine, the region in France that was home to renowned and award-winning breeder Victor Lemoine (1823 - 1911)
22. Duchesse de Bourgogne is a mixed-fermentation beer
23. Duchesse is brewed with 100% natural ingredients; water, yeast, malt and hops
24. Our apparel and fashion pure silk Duchesse, also known as Duchesse satin or duchess satin, is a luxurious and elegant fabric made with yarn-dyed natural silk
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25. Duchesse definition: a dressing table or chest of drawers with a mirror Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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26. Once Duchesse de Lorraine matures, it'll provide tons of blooms for both the garden and cut flower displays
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27. Vera Wang Duchesse Modern luxury meets traditional design with the Duchesse collection by Vera Wang
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29. 1857 4 to 6 feet Z7-11 R Fr lp Teddy Roosevelt made 'Duchesse de Brabant' his favorite, often wearing a bud or flower as a boutonniere
30. Notes: Duchesse Cherry is a blend of 1 and 2 year-old Duchesse de Bourgogne with local, sour cherries added to the maturing beer
31. The malt beverage is aged in oak casks, and utilizing whole cherries from the Limburg region of Belgium, as opposed to cherry syrup that is sometimes used in cherry beer production, Duchesse Cherry truly lives up to its name.
32. Duchesse lace, Belgian bobbin lace, sometimes with needle lace inclusions, named for Marie-Henriette, duchess of Brabant
33. Duchesse lace was less expensive than the true Brussels lace,
34. A very old but extremely beautiful Peony, award-winning 'Duchesse de Nemours' (Paeonia lactiflora) is well worth including in your garden
35. Peony Duchesse de Nemours 3 - 5 Eye Double Blooming White Flowers Flower Bulbs Shipped Bare Root Taking Preorders for Sept Ship Vintagepetalpushers
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36. Favorite Add to Chocolate Cherry Duchesse Front Pocket Beer Wallet MindysBeerGear
37. …the future Duchess (Duchesse) de Chevreuse, whose conspiracies were later to disturb Louis’s reign
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38. Duchesse (anciennement Cour 87) vous propose une cuisine simple et pas chère, avec des plats maison et de saison les midis du lundi au
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39. To Dreamers Duchesse, Beirut-born, Montreal-based artist is timid by nature, catching the spotlight with her warm, subtle music that ef
40. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Duchesse …
41. 1 is the debut release from brand new label Duchesse, and this ten-track wonder does not disappoint! First up is Saint Paul with "Highness Of Disco", a sublime groover featuring a subtle bass line continually underscoring a heavenly disco vibe.
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42. Featuring the popular Duchesse pattern, this elegant toasting flute pair is created using a traditional trumpet shape
43. Duchesse De Brabant is an Earth Kind Rose with a very fragrant and full bloom
44. Duchesse performs better when avoiding overcrowded areas
45. Louis XV style Duchesse Brisee, the moulded frame with original paint recovered in modern grey fabric, raised up on redded fluted legs
a daybed having a rounded, partially enclosed head and usually a similar foot, sometimes made in two or three pieces able to be used separately (duchesse brisée). Nearby words. Origin of duchesse.
English Language Learners Definition of duchess : the wife or widow of a duke : a woman who has the same rank as a duke See the full definition for duchess in the English Language Learners Dictionary
[Middle English duchesse, from Old French, from Medieval Latin ducissa, from Latin dux, duc-, leader; see duke .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. n.
Definition of duchess 1 : the wife or widow of a duke 2 : a woman who holds the rank of duke in her own right 1 : the wife or widow of a duke 2 : a woman who has the same rank as a duke