The Collaborative International Dictionary
Parquette \Par*quette"\, n. See Parquet.
n. (alternative form of parquet English)
Usage examples of "parquette".
My three chief allies, with three auxiliaries, were on hand, in the parquette, all sitting together, all armed with bludgeons, and all ready to make an onslaught upon the feeblest joke that might show its head.
The parquette of the theatre is occupied exclusively by the Mormons and their wives and children.
It is an odd sight to see a jovial old Mormon file down the parquette aisle with ten or twenty robust wives at his heels.
Brigham Young usually sits in the middle of the parquette, in a rocking-chair, and with his hat on.