So I floundered among details, little practical details, such as talking French to him and being seen about Dinard with him.
After months of suffering in a Dinard hospital, is now cheery and well.
Now that she is back, she takes her return as carelessly and unblushingly as a demi-mondaine does her annual return from Dinard.
All English-speaking Dinard meets at that teashop in the afternoon.
Months afterward I was able to welcome this gallant son of France back to Dinard.
Dinard was, in a word, the world—that world in which he had no place.
For she really knew nothing of life except dressmaking; she was familiar with no part of it except the way to Dinard's.
But what a disappointment Dinard is to one's enthusiastic anticipations!
The nearest train to twelve o'clock, by which Alec had said he would arrive, was the one reaching Dinard at twelve-fifteen.
But the boat, turning the point, steams up the harbour and Dinard falls away.