To these one other condition may be added—the existence of musette and Mimi, who were the last of the grisettes.
Pellisson was shut up with a Basque who used to play to him on the musette.
And on his side, Marcel is hard and fast in love with musette.
Tell me, my child, what colour is your favourite heifer musette?
Madame Sidonie, who was at home when Marcel's letter was brought, sent on her maid at once with the one intended for musette.
Is her milk as white and as good as the milk of your snowy pet, musette?
"Come, my dear Maurice, you are too sensible a man for us to begin a serious argument on that point," rejoined musette.
When accompanied by a musette, the gavotte is always repeated.
On seeing Marcel and musette arrive arm in arm Rodolphe was not astonished.
"Ah, but my adventure is no longer such a lively one after all," said musette.
"small bagpipe," late 14c., from Old French musette "bagpipe" (13c.), from muser "to play the bagpipe, make music," from mus "mouth, muzzle," from Medieval Latin musum (see muzzle (n.)). As "a composition for a musette" from 1811, from French.