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sans peur et sans reproche

[sahn pœr ey sahn ruh-prawsh] /sɑ̃ pœr eɪ sɑ̃ rə prɔʃ/
adjective, French.
1.
without fear and without reproach: said originally of the French knight, the Seigneur de Bayard.
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  • Mr. Biddle is the Bayard of bankers—'sans peur et sans reproche.'

    Miriam Monfort Catherine A. Warfield
  • To think that once there truly were men like that--sans peur et sans reproche!

    Jason Justus Miles Forman
  • Nature allows to growing lads a certain range of wickedness, sans peur et sans reproche.

  • The king was the soul of his army, and as his soul was sans peur et sans reproche, the army was victorious.

  • Count Montalembert called him the type of the journalist and historian, sans peur et sans reproche.

  • “Like the soul which looks through it, sans peur et sans reproche,” said Julian warmly.

    Julian Home Dean Frederic W. Farrar
  • He thought that everyone except himself was sans peur et sans reproche.

    The Way of All Flesh Samuel Butler
  • Hubert will live and bear the sword of the slain Sieur de Fievrault, sans peur et sans reproche.

    The House of Walderne A. D. Crake
  • He's faithful as Tristan and the chevalier Bayard lumped together, sans peur et sans reproche, you know.

    Pledged to the Dead Seabury Quinn
  • He was called the Bayard of pianists, "le Chevalier sans peur et sans reproche."

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