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Renard

[ren-erd]
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noun
  1. Reynard.
Related formsRen·ard·ine [ren-er-din, -deen] /ˈrɛn ər dɪn, -ˌdin/, adjective
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Historical Examples

  • The tempers of men were never worse than at that moment, Renard wrote.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.

  • These were the views of Gardiner, from whom Renard turned next to Paget.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.

  • The protests of Renard against the persecution received no attention.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.

  • The interview which followed, Mary thus herself described to Renard.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.

  • The others were uncertain, or inclined to the opinion of Renard.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor

    W. Llewelyn Williams.