I have one rather comforting reflection, apropos to that rencontre.
The rencontre with this ruffian had been altogether unfortunate.
I watched the golden ripeness come upon the west, and thought the rencontre was never to take place.
On the next day, and the next, the rencontre seemed to be forgotten.
In this rencontre, Baron Dieskau, a French general lost his life.
But for that matter there was nothing particularly astonishing in this rencontre.
More sharpsighted than myself, he had rushed across the wood after me, and exhibited all imaginable rejoicing at the rencontre.
By another accident, if I dare so call it, I fell upon this rencontre.
Poor Phillis started and blushed; but she looked more annoyed than pleased at the rencontre.
But what's the issue upon which the rencontre shall take place?