His wife came twice a week to clean up and set things to rights in the Baxter menage—his two houses.
menage was younger, and aspired to be a man of the world as well as a savant.
menage wrote a book upon the amenities of the civil law, which does anything but fulfil its promise.
Lucilla, as Jeckie well knew, had long been top dog in the Grice menage.
menage gives the following account of the origin of this ridiculous conceit.
menage quotes Suetonius, that Caligula was potionatus by his wife.
You see, I am not quite sure what the immediate future of this menage is going to be.
This "menage" at Beaulieu oppressed him, and he hated the place.
I did not think myself in the wrong and the feeling of fear had long since ceased to occupy a place in my menage.
What right had Dan to reveal the secrets of our menage to this chit of a school-girl?
1690s, "management of a household, domestic establishment," from French ménage, from Old French manage "household, family dwelling" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *mansionaticum "household, that which pertains to a house," from Latin mansionem "dwelling" (see mansion). Now generally used in suggestive borrowed phrase ménage à trois (1891), literally "household of three." Borrowed earlier as mayngnage, maynage and in the sense "members of a household, a man's household" (c.1300); but this was obsolete by c.1500.