Soubrette. soo-BRET


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Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, mid 18th century
1An actress or other female performer playing a lively, flirtatious role in a play or opera.
 
Examples of Soubrette in a sentence “She brought a natural playfulness to the role of the soubrette.” “Ana was a triple threat, skilled at singing and dancing, and playing the soubrette. “