You were not made a Colonel of Hussars at twenty-eight because you could dance a cotillon.
Come and join me in the little Saloon of the Mirrors by and by, during the cotillon.
"We were old dinner and cotillon partners in Washington," Lady Helen explained.
Towards the end of our stay the proprietors of the hotel gave a cotillon.
He found Marion already in her place for the cotillon and took his seat beside her.
She had finally brushed him out as a girl flecks the mirror in a cotillon.
cotillon seats are generally secured in the early part of the evening by tying handkerchiefs to the backs of the chairs.
The girl had a kind of flimsy prettiness which suggested a cotillon favor.
No more than is natural to a man who in an hour or so is to dance the cotillon with Miss Light.
The leader must announce after supper the time for the cotillon to begin.