damsel

[n] - a young unmarried woman
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Damsel

Dam'sel noun [ Middle English damosel , damesel , damisel , damsel, from Old French damoisele , damisele , gentlewoman, French demoiselle young lady; confer Old French damoisel young nobleman, French damoiseau ; from Late Latin domicella
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damsel

1. A young person, either male or female, of noble or gentle extraction; as, Damsel Pepin; Damsel Richard, Prince of Wales. ... 2. A young unmarried woman; a gerl; a maiden. 'With her train of damsels she was gone, In shady walks the scorching heat to shum.' (Dryden) 'Sometimes a troop of damsels glad, . . . Goes by to towered Cameleot.' (Tennyson)...
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damsel

demoiselle noun a young unmarried woman
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Damsel

• (n.) An attachment to a millstone spindle for shaking the hopper. • (n.) A young unmarried woman; a girl; a maiden. • (n.) A young person, either male or female, of noble or gentle extraction; as, Damsel Pepin; Damsel Richard, Prince of Wales.
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