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diseuse

noun di·seuse \dē-ˈzüz, -ˈzœz\
plural di·seuses \same\

Definition of DISEUSE

:  a woman who is a skilled and usually professional reciter

Origin of DISEUSE

French, feminine of diseur, from Old French, from dire to say, from Latin dicere — more at diction
First Known Use: 1896

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