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Gramont

[gra-mawn]
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noun
  1. Phi·li·bert [fee-lee-ber] /fi liˈbɛr/, Comte de,1621–1707, French courtier, soldier, and adventurer.
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  • He held the same language to me as that reported by you to have been held by Gramont.

    Lord Lyons: A Record of British Diplomacy

    Thomas Wodehouse Legh Newton

  • THE voice was strange to Gramont, yet he had a vague recollection of having at some time heard it before.

    The Mardi Gras Mystery

    H. Bedford-Jones

  • Bismarck, of course wanted war; but so did Gramont, and I hold that the latter brought it about.

  • Gramont, intending to do the same to Anna, made a mistake and aroused the indignant protests of one of the Tuareg.

    Atlantida

    Pierre Benoit

  • Educated at the cole Polytechnique, Gramont early gave up the army for diplomacy.