Definition of dormeuse
: a private traveling carriage having a long forward boot carrying a mattress for extending the seat into a bed and providing leg room for a passenger reclining at full length
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Origin and Etymology of dormeuse
French, literally, female sleeper, feminine of dormeur, sleeper, from Middle French, from dormir + -eur -or
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