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Definition of Douce

Douce
Douce Douce, a. [F. doux, masc., douce, fem., sweet, fr. L. duleis sweet.] 1. Sweet; pleasant. [Obs.] 2. Sober; prudent; sedate; modest. [Scot.] And this is a douce, honest man. --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Douce from wikipedia

- Douce may refer to: Douce I, Countess of Provence (c. 1090–1127) Douce II, Countess of Provence (died 1172) Francis Douce (1757–1834), English antiquary...
- Irma la Douce ([iʁ.ma la dus], "Irma the Sweet") is a 1963 American romantic comedy film starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, directed by Billy...
- Douce noir (also known as Bonarda, Corbeau and Charbono) is a red Italian wine grape variety that has historically been grown in the Savoie wine region...
- "Douce Dame Jolie", sometimes referred to only as 'Douce Dame', is a song from the 14th century, by the French composer Guillaume de Machaut. The song...
- as The Perfect Nanny in the United States; original French title Chanson douce) is a 2016 novel by French author Leïla Slimani. Lullaby is Slimani's second...
- Mort douce may refer to: La Mort douce Mort Douce Live...
- Douce violence may refer to: Douce violence (film) Douce violence (album)...
- Dynamite 28 André Previn 89 German-American Composer My Fair Lady Gigi Irma la Douce Bad Day at Black Rock Porgy and Bess March 2 Med Hondo 82 Mauritanian Director...
- Irma la douce ([iʁ.ma la dus], "Irma the Sweet") is a 1956 French musical with music by Marguerite Monnot and lyrics and book by Alexandre Breffort. The...
- journalist. In 2016 she was awarded the Prix Goncourt for her novel Chanson douce. Slimani's maternal grandmother Anne Dhobb (née Ruetsch, born 1921) grew...
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