Meaning of flâneuse in English:

flâneuse

Pronunciation /flaˈnəːz/

noun

  • A woman who saunters around observing life and society; a leisurely woman about town.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Daily Leader (Bloomington, Illinois). From French flâneuse from flâner to lounger, saunter idly + -euse.