The sans souci was overrun with rabble, the stair and verandah thronged.
Will you please tell me how I can ascertain the berth of the yacht sans souci?
This was owing to our position between the store and the bar—the sans souci, as the last was called.
There could be no doubt that the lady on the sans souci was Mrs. Baumgartner.
I suppose, then, you passed through it on your way home after quitting the sans souci at Cowes?
You lib for take me to yacht sans souci an I dash you five shillin?
A glimpse of Evelyn on the deck of the sans souci altered that portion of his plans.
Christophe's palace at "sans souci" was one of the wonders of the world.
This was owing to our position between the store and the bar—the “sans souci,” as the last was called.
Of the royal pleasure-palaces I visited that of sans souci first.
"without care or concern," French. Name of Frederick the Great's royal palace at Potsdam.