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minette

Word definitions for minette in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Minette \Mi*nette"\, n. The smallest of regular sizes of portrait photographs.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (cx dated English) The smallest of regular sizes of portrait photographs.

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Minette may refer to:

Usage examples of minette.

One does not ordinarily submit to minette as a command performance, but guilt is a wonderful tool.

And close behind him, side by side, went Wrolf and Periwinkle, and behind them went Maria and Robin, with Wiggins and Zachariah making a pair behind them, and then came Loveday Minette leading little Peterkin Pepper, followed by Prudence Honeybun and all the other children, carrying the Lady and the Bell, singing lustily the song Old Parson had taught them.

And close behind him, side by side, went Wrolf and Periwinkle, and behind them went Maria and Robin, with Wiggins and Zachariah making a pair behind them, and then came Loveday Minette leading little Peterkin Pepper, followed by Prudence Honeybun and all the other children, carrying the Lady and the Bell, singing lustily the song Old Parson had taught them.

It took a wealthy and established modiste indeed to live comfortably and pay seam•stresses and beaders during the off season when fashionable society de•serted the West End for Brighton or the country—by August, Minette would probably have agreed to do fittings at midnight just to stay work•ing.

It took a wealthy and established modiste indeed to live comfortably and pay seam­stresses and beaders during the off season when fashionable society de­serted the West End for Brighton or the country—by August, Minette would probably have agreed to do fittings at midnight just to stay work­ing.

It took a wealthy and established modiste indeed to live comfortably and pay seamstresses and beaders during the off season when fashionable society deserted the West End for Brighton or the countryby August, Minette would probably have agreed to do fittings at midnight just to stay working.

I'm sure Minette will do what you tell her so take her along to the Empire State.

Once the other divisions join us, we'll move in and throw them out of Candor, then advance on Minette.