Well, if she does, I shall perhaps have a glimpse at the beau monde.
I chose the latter, on account of the beau monde which the soldier had boasted of.
Pondel chatted gayly of Paris, the Continent, and familiarly of the races and the beau monde.
"Not regularly handsome, I admit, my dear," Mrs. beau monde would say.
Never yet was there a woman really improved in attraction by mingling with the motley throng of the beau monde.
You used to have the beau monde throng after you, and a flock of gay fine perukes hovering round you.
There is too much taste in the beau monde to higgle about certain services.
I hear that there is great anxiety prevalent in the beau monde on the score of invitations.
Study Marcel and the 'beau monde' with great application, but read Homer and Horace only when you have nothing else to do.
The gossip of the Washington beau monde, very naturally furnished a theme for the lively tongues of the needle-women.