The music-box, which is in the dark cabinet, falls on the table; mmes.
Its original members, like the Portia, were nine, as follows: mmes.
Mme. Daubrel did not doubt that between the princess and the painter there was a closer tie than the mmes.
Then its founders, who met together here, gave a grand inaugural entertainment with mmes.
Punch did not overlook the provincial festivals in the days when the standard quartet was made up of mmes.
Par les mmes voies on ne va pas toujours aux 15 mmes fins—The same means do not always lead to the same ends.
This was indeed dreary, but, having Mrs. Child's sketches of mmes.
She lived then in rue Chauchat, in a house afterwards occupied by mmes.
Moreover, Napoleon in his early campaigns had played a ridiculous part in some of Gillray's most indecent cartoons, where mmes.
Her religious scruples had made her halt a moment; but they fell like her political fidelity, and, with mmes.
1580s, abbreviation of mistress (q.v.), originally in all uses of that word. The plural Mmes. is an abbreviation of French mesdames, plural of madame, used in English to serve as the plural of Mrs., which is lacking. Pronunciation "missis" was considered vulgar at least into 18c. (cf missus). The Mrs. "one's wife" is from 1920.