It is sung by tenor, principal comedian, and soubrette.
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Eva said it was the kind of a thing a soubrette would use, rather than an elderly business man.
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But he is carrying on dreadfully with a soubrette in New York.
"The Love Affairs of an Old Maid" by Lilian Bell
She was a soubrette, trim, dainty and confident.
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Prettiest soubrette that's hit the town in a dog's age.
"The Lure of the Mask" by Harold MacGrath
It was something to replace the nurse of elder comedy by the soubrette.
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That's another place where you soubrette worriers have us figured out wrong.
"At Good Old Siwash" by George Fitch
Gaudy garments of the soubrette hung on the wall.
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On the little isle they were satisfied to marry soubrettes and chorus girls.
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She is a saucy soubrette; she belongs to vaudeville.
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