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Étienne

[French ey-tyen] /French eɪˈtyɛn/
noun
1.
Estienne (def 1).
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  • etienne Lantier was at one time employed in the railway workshop there.

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  • Madame Boche would take Claude and etienne with her for the bridal night.

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  • The first quarrel which the couple had occurred one evening on account of etienne.

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  • After telling about her journey, she asked why no one in the shop knew etienne's name.

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  • "I know that etienne is his son, and that's a relationship that remains," she said.

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  • She was on the point of rousing etienne and of carrying him there in her arms.

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  • etienne could sleep in the shop, on a mattress on the floor, that was all.

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  • She also found it a nuisance having to make up etienne's bed every evening in the shop.

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  • Having returned to the cottage, I went to the harvest with etienne.

    Perils and Captivity Charlotte-Adlade [ne Picard] Dard
British Dictionary definitions for etienne

Étienne

/French etjɛn/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Estienne
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