Minaudiere



[mee-noh-dyair; French mee-noh-dyer] /ˌmi noʊˈdyɛər; French mi noʊˈdyɛr/

noun, plural minaudieres
[mee-noh-dyairz; French mee-noh-dyer] /ˌmi noʊˈdyɛərz; French mi noʊˈdyɛr/ (Show IPA)
1.
a small, sometimes jeweled case for a woman’s cosmetics or other personal objects, often carried as a handbag.

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