Armagnac, that underappreciated and fiery Gascon brandy, has a long history.
He sent a trusty messenger -- one of his stout Gascon henchmen -- over to us with all needful tidings.
The restless spirit of the Gascon abhors the idea of repose.
Moreover, the fiefs dependent on the Gascon duchy had fallen away with the attenuation of the duke's domain.
"This is no time to worry about the future," said the Gascon.
Cotton's translation of the admirable Gascon appeared in the same year with Flatman's Poems.
Montaigne was a Gascon, and Gasconisms adulterate the purity of his French.
Our Gascon, on his side, made his approach hat in hand, the plume trailing on the earth.
I remember such a one in Picardy, with a name as long as a Gascon's pedigree.
The languages, especially the Gascon, are very unlike French as well as English.