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From French Mlle.


Mlle (plural Mlles)

  1. Abbreviation of Mademoiselle.
    • 1969, Nea Morin, A Woman’s Reach: Mountaineering Memoirs, New York, N.Y.: Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc., pages 265–266:
      (Mlle Mary Paillon states in the Bulletin Mensuelle du C.A.F., 1901, p. 67, that the first women to traverse the Arêtes were Mlles Marie and Louise Lacharière in 1891, but I have found no confirmation of this)
    • 1999, Gary Tinterow, Philip Conisbee, editors, Portraits by Ingres: Image of an Epoch, New York, N.Y.: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, →ISBN, page 349:
      Provenance: Mme Jean-Baptiste Lepère, née Elisabeth Fontaine, Paris, until 1844; her daughter Mme Jacques-Ignace Hittorff, née Elisabeth Lepère, Paris, until 1870; her son Charles-Joseph Hittorff, Versailles, until 1898; Dr. Pierre and Mlle Elisabeth Cartier, by inheritance; their gift to the Musée du Louvre, Paris, 1938
    • 2020 (published), Mademoiselle Perle and Other Stories, Riverrun, →ISBN:
      An atrocious fear of compromising my independence invaded me, and also an extreme timidity, before the so obstinately impenetrable attitude of the Mlles Louise and Pauline.




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Mlle or Mlle f (plural Mlles or Mlles)

  1. Abbreviation of Mademoiselle.

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