- (noun) A coupé or brougham, suspended upon four elliptic and four C-springs, and formerly without a driver's seat, the horses being guided by postilions.
" Someone had hurriedly mopped it up, but when Lorelei kicked at it with her d'orsay flat, flakes of the stuff clung to the sole."
"I think NOT strappy sandals, but an open-toed d'orsay satin pump, with a diamante buckle."
"I can't do that "R" the way you'd say it in musee d'orsay and my french relatives say their th's like z's. do i just need to gargle more scope?"
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