[an-twahn; French ahn-twan]
- An·dré [ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/, 1858–1943, French theatrical director, manager, and critic.
- Père [per] /pɛr/Francisco Ildefonso Mareno, 1748–1829, Roman Catholic priest in Louisiana: tried to establish an Inquisition.
- a male given name: French form of Anthony.
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Examples from the Web for antoine
There are a few good ones, Antoine says, but he complained bitterly of a lack of responsiveness.
Antoine himself had recently been arrested on a six-year-old warrant for a dime bag of weed.
Antoine, a 40-year-old DJ who works at the airport, says he fears for his children if the police stop doing their jobs.
The “new civility” promoted by Antoine Courtin expected the mouth to be kept shut when smiling.The French Court’s Royal Ban on Smiles
December 14, 2014
In 1943, Antoine de Saint-Exupery wrote in The Little Prince that language is the source of misunderstandings.Breaking: Trend Stories Are Bullsh*t
April 8, 2014
You'll never get her there as long as I'm alive, Father Antoine!
"It is not that there will be scandal," replied Father Antoine.
Father Antoine had come of a race which had noble blood in its veins.
She felt a great longing that Father Antoine should recollect her.
Never, if Saint Antoine knew his own sufferings, insults, and wrongs!A Tale of Two Cities