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Junot

[zhy-noh] /ʒüˈnoʊ/
noun
1.
Andoche
[ahn-dawsh] /ɑ̃ˈdɔʃ/ (Show IPA),
(Duc d'Abrantès) 1771–1813, French marshal.
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  • There he met two other tough ones like himself,—Duroc and Junot.

  • At the same time Junot was to take to the Directory the conquered standards.

    The Empress Josephine Louise Muhlbach
  • The only confidant to whom Bonaparte imparted these heart-complaints, was Junot.

    The Empress Josephine Louise Muhlbach
  • "You answer not, general," exclaimed Junot, in extreme anguish.

    The Empress Josephine Louise Muhlbach
  • Men may be unjust towards me, my dear Junot, but for me my innocence is sufficient.

  • He then withdrew, after offering Junot a horse for the hunt.

    Napoleon's Letters to Josephine Henry Foljambe Hall
  • Junot was there, and Narbonne, the Emperor's aide-de-camp, and all the chiefs of the army.

    The Country Doctor Honore de Balzac
  • Junot had afforded him much moral and even material support.

    Joseph Bonaparte John S. C. Abbott
  • How handsome, how amiable, how chivalrous, had Junot been in his earlier days!

    Queen Hortense L. Mhlbach

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