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Mesdames

Line breaks: Mes|dames
Pronunciation: /meɪˈdɑːm
 
, -ˈdam/

Definition of Mesdames in English:

plural noun

1 plural form of Madame.
2 formal Used as a title to refer to more than one woman simultaneously: prizes were won by Mesdames Carter and Barnes
More example sentences
  • I'm fairly sure I wouldn't thank any of my friends for being that familiar with me and are the Mesdames T & S really oblivious to the whole pretend-lesbian subtext of their interactions?
  • Thank you for your kind admittances, Mesdames.
  • ‘James Madison, of the United States of America, at your service, Mesdames,’ he declared in halting French.

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