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vendeuse Line breaks: vend|euse
Pronunciation: /vɒ̃ˈdəːz/
/vɑ̃døz/

Definition of vendeuse in English:

noun

A saleswoman, especially one in a fashionable dress shop.
Example sentences
  • They have relationships with the vendeuses and PRs in every store.
  • The vendeuses are now in trendy day-wear; the magazine covers are chaste and pudenda polite.
  • At Maggy Rouff's, Legroux's, Suzanne Talbot's and Vera Borea's, vendeuses said they had deferred this season to American taste.

Origin

French.

Words that rhyme with vendeuse

agents provocateurs, berceuse, chanteuse, charmeuse, chartreuse, chauffeuse, coiffeurs, danseuse, diseuse, furze, hers, messieurs, Meuse, secateurs

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