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Word of the Day 7/22/14 Trousseau

Trousseau (noun)
trous·seau [troo-soh, troo-soh]


noun, plural trous·seaux [troo-sohz, troo-sohz], trous·seaus.
an outfit of clothing, household linen, etc., for a bride.

Origin: 1175–1225; < French; Middle French troussel, equivalent to trousse parcel, bundle (of straw, etc.), noun derivative of tro ( u ) sser to fasten (see truss) + -el diminutive suffix (see -elle)


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