Definition of menage:
folk, syndicate, abode, place, planetary house, dwelling, theater, plate, home base, fellowship, category, household, mob, kinsperson, family line, base, home plate, habitation, firm, business firm, phratry, class, crime syndicate, nursing home, family, kinfolk, domicile, rest home, dwelling house, home, sign of the zodiac, star sign, house, sept, mansion, family unit, kin, sign, theatre, kinsfolk.
Certain savoury dishes found their way mysteriously to Miss Irving's menage, and flowers appeared in her room as if by magic, and in various other ways the good heart and intentions of Mrs Connor were unobtrusively expressed toward her favourite tenant.- "An Ambitious Man", Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Before the two men grasp hands I must, in all justice to the major, say that he not only had a sincere admiration for Jack's surroundings, but also for Jack himself, and that while he had not the slightest compunction in sharing or, for that matter, monopolizing his hospitality, he would have been equally generous in return had it been possible for him to revive the old days, and to afford a menage equally lavish.- "A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others", F. Hopkinson Smith.
- "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)", Isaac D'Israeli.