divorcée

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noun di·vor·cée \də-ˌvȯr-ˈsā, -ˈsē, -ˈvȯr-ˌ\

Origin and Etymology of divorcée

French, from feminine of divorcé, past participle of divorcer to divorce, from Medieval French divorse


First Known Use: 1813


DIVORCÉE Defined for English Language Learners

divorcée

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noun di·vor·cée \də-ˌvȯr-ˈsā, -ˈsē, -ˈvȯr-ˌ\

Definition of divorcée for English Language Learners

  • : a divorced person; especially : a woman who is divorced


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