Definition of "d'orsay" []

  • (noun) A coup√© or brougham, suspended upon four elliptic and four C-springs, and formerly without a driver's seat, the horses being guided by postilions.

Use "d'orsay" in a sentence

  • "¬†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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