caricature of Alexandre Dumas by André Gill – La Lune, 2nd December 1866 The phrase cherchez la femme, search for the woman, is used to indicate that the key to a problem or mystery is a woman, and that she need only be found for the matter to be solved. It first appeared as a […]
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