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A '''debutante''' is a young lady who has "come out" of the relative social isolation and shelter of the home and entered society as an eligible [[bachelor]]ette.  It has a long tradition in the British upper-class society of the 17th through early 20th centuries, and by extension, the chivalric culture of the [[South]].
 
A '''debutante''' is a young lady who has "come out" of the relative social isolation and shelter of the home and entered society as an eligible [[bachelor]]ette.  It has a long tradition in the British upper-class society of the 17th through early 20th centuries, and by extension, the chivalric culture of the [[South]].
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Latest revision as of 14:21, 23 June 2016

A debutante is a young lady who has "come out" of the relative social isolation and shelter of the home and entered society as an eligible bachelorette. It has a long tradition in the British upper-class society of the 17th through early 20th centuries, and by extension, the chivalric culture of the South.