Here dwelt a beautiful enchantress called Circe, daughter of the sun-god and the sea-nymph perse.
It is less than two hundred feet from the gate to perse's doorsteps.
The Duke of perse struck at him as he passed, ignoring the frantic cry of warning that he uttered.
The Duke of perse was lying back in the seat, his face like that of a dead man.
The Duke of perse, from a bed of pain and anguish, has counselled us to take steps in the direction I am about to speak of.
"Yes, my dear," said the Duke of perse, a smile of relief on his face.
At this the Duke of perse came to his feet again, an angry gleam in his eyes.
A great portion is almost literally translated from the French piece, perse et Dmtrius.
Even the Duke of perse, hobbling on crutches, had a kindly greeting for him.
Moreover, nearly half a pint of the fluid had splashed upon the Duke of perse's trousers—and they were grey, at that.
late 14c., "blue, bluish-gray," later "purplish-black," from Old French pers "(dark) blue, livid; wan, pale," from Late Latin persus, perhaps a back-formation from one of the early European forms of Persia.