Damosel
Damosel Dam"o*sel (d[a^]m"[-o]*z[e^]l), Damosella Dam`o*sel"la (-z[e^]l"l[.a]), ||Damoiselle Da`moi`selle" (d[.a]`mw[aum]`z[e^]l"), n. See {Damsel}. [Archaic] [1913 Webster]

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