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Use "ménage" in a sentence
"Christmas Day Thaddeus meted out gifts of value so unprecedented to the domestics of what he has come to call his "menagerie" -- the term menage having seemed to him totally inadequate to express the state of affairs in his household -- I must go back to the beginning of last autumn, and narrate a few of the incidents that took place between that period and the season of Peace on Earth and Good-will to Men."
"Rourke and her dazzling designer, Bunny Christie, also treat the play as a tenement symphony in which we are reminded that the Morrison menage is only part of the larger picture: we get a Rear Window-like perspective on the whole block in which we see glimpses of all the adjacent lives."
"I mean, I like bargains and I love menage-a-trois, but a bargain menage just smells like disaster."