madame madame  /ˈmæ dəm/


  • (n) title used for a married Frenchwoman


  1. Sample summer's slate of theater productions across Granite State

    In Noel Coward's classic comedy of ?Blithe Spirit,? fussy, cantankerous novelist Charles Condomine has re-married, but he's haunted (literally) by the ghost of his late first wife, the clever and insistent Elvira, who is called up by a visiting ?happy medium? Madame Arcati.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: New Hampshire Union Leader

  2. Run for cover

    I thought I had more time to shop for a certain inescapable celeb’s bundle of joy, but lo! Little Kredenza has arrived. “It’s Kaidence, Madame,” noted my butler Peevish. “It can’t be,” I answered.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Boston Herald

  3. The Connection in Summit is counting down the days to summer camp

    Pictured here is, The Connectionâs Travel Camp visits Madame Tussadâs Wax Museum.   The school year is winding down and summer vacation is right around the corner. The Connection’s Summer Camps in Summit have something to make every child’s summer...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Independent Press


  1. "Madame President of the United States ...... it's an extraordinary thought," Streisand, 65, said in a statement released by Clinton's campaign. "Hillary Clinton has already proven to a generation of women that there are no limits for...
    on Nov 27, 2007 By: Barbra Streisand Source: ABC News

  2. Hagel told Rice, "Madame Secretary, Iraqis are killing Iraqis. We are in a civil war. This is sectarian violence out of control."
    on Dec 2, 2006 By: Chuck Hagel Source: USA Today

  3. "Madame Secretary, I have supported you and the administration on the war, and I cannot continue to support the administration's position. I have not been told the truth," said Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.
    on Jan 11, 2007 By: George Voinovich Source: San Jose Mercury News

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decadent decadent
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