Chanteuse (noun)

A female singer, especially one who sings popular songs.

Origin:

From french, from chanter (to sing).

Examples:

  1. Edith Piaf was a famous chanteuse in the early 20th century.
  2. She's a talented chanteuse who performs at local jazz clubs.
  3. The chanteuse had a beautiful voice and captivated the audience.
  4. I love the way chanteuse's voice is rich and powerful.
  5. She was a well-known chanteuse in the French music scene.
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