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Prévost

[prey-voh]
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noun
  1. Mar·cel [mar-sel] /marˈsɛl/, 1862–1941, French novelist and dramatist.
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Examples from the Web for prevost

Historical Examples

  • Lieutenant Prevost and his party, in the two boats, were soon on the deck of the prize.

    Our Sailors

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • This repulse checked the designs of Prevost on South Carolina.

  • The Prevost unfolded the paper and read, Aujourdhui, &c.—Ah!

    Richelieu, v. 3/3

    G. P. R. James

  • Mrs. Prevost was by no means beautiful, but she had an attractiveness of her own.

  • She was not at Prevost's; he must search for her, then, in every restaurant upon the boulevards.

    Swann's Way

    Marcel Proust


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