"If I had one, he would have three hundred thousand livres," said planchet.
"Tell me why you are distressed, planchet," said D'Artagnan.
And planchet began to laugh in a manner that inspired D'Artagnan with very serious misgivings as to his sanity.
planchet, I'll get fatter; I give you my word of honor I will.
"Quite true, what you say, planchet," interrupted D'Artagnan.
When the two cavaliers had entered, planchet fastened the door behind them.
"Because I should lose half the pleasure I expect to enjoy," replied planchet.
planchet himself was overcome by a feeling of genuine humility.
planchet was agitated in every fibre of propriety and self-esteem.
planchet, on his part, was burning to give explanations, which Athos avoided.
"metal disk out of which a coin is made," 1610s, from French planchette, literally "a small board," diminutive of Old French planche (12c.), from Latin planca "board, slab, plank" (see plank). The planchette used in automatism and on Ouija boards is a re-borrowing of the French word, 1860.