d'orsay

noun, often capitalized D&O d'or·say \(ˈ)dȯr¦sā, -¦zā\
variants: or

d'orsay pump

Definition of d'orsay

  1. :  a pump-type shoe or slipper made with a circular vamp and a quarter that curves to meet the vamp at the shank line

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Origin and Etymology of d'orsay

after Count Alfred G.G. d'Orsay †1852 French society leader and arbiter of fashion


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