mamselle

mamselle

(mæmˈzɛl)
n
short for mademoiselle
References in classic literature ?
Lydgate was haughty; but il y en a pour tous les gouts, as little Mamselle used to say, and if any girl can choose the particular sort of conceit she would like, I should think it is you, Rosy."
But his wife told her own maid, Mamselle Clarisse, the opinion she had of me.
'Ma chere mamselle,' cried Alphonse, not daring to step too close to the reporter in case she could smell food poison on his breath, 'je vous en prie Write nuzzing of zis, I beg you - write nuzzing!' His blue-shadowed chin wobbled as he spoke.