My friend, you must drive out cartouche, because cartouche is no more.
"Give him another ball," said cartouche; and another was fired into him.
Beneath this has been a cartouche, the greater portion of which is unfortunately cut away.
XX, 29, is perhaps a name compounded with that of a king, the latter being in a cartouche.
This portrait, which is your portrait, is the portrait of that great eighteenth-century king of thieves, cartouche!
It is a cartouche, and those are hieroglyphics—his name in Egyptian.
cartouche, in Egyptian buildings, a hieroglyphic signifying the name of a king or other important person.
You agree that cartouche is your real name and not a nickname?
I would give anything to have known Vidocq and cartouche and Rocambole, and to have seen them at close quarters.
But you have also the soul of cartouche, which is detestable.
1610s, "scroll-like ornament," also "paper cartridge," from French cartouche, the French form of cartridge (q.v.). Application to Egyptian hieroglyphics dates from 1830, on resemblance to rolled paper cartridges.