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Guyon

[gwee-yawn]
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noun
  1. MadameJeanne Marie Bouvier de la Matte, 1648–1717, French writer.
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  • Well, when Armand and I were children, we played with the two Guyon boys.

    Fort Amity

    Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

  • Madame Guyon lays bare her heart, but she does it by indirection.

  • A person of Madame Guyon's worth could not be lost or secreted.

  • In 1356 Charles was released, his sons Jean and Guyon taking his place.

  • The second book contains the legend of Sir Guyon, or of Temperance.