The Collaborative International Dictionary
Amorette \Am"o*rette"\, n.
An amoret. [Obs.]
--Rom. of R.
n. (obsolete form of amoret English)
Usage examples of "amorette".
Fearful that they themselves might be drawn into the whirlpool, they turn to the sleeping amorettes and drive them aloft.
Then, still pursued by the flying amorettes, the bacchantes, fauns, satyrs, nymphs, and youths depart in various directions.
A rosy mist, growing more and more dense, sinks down, hiding first the amorettes and then the entire background, so that finally only Venus, Tannhauser, and the Graces remain visible.