And then, there is the affair with the little Savoyard, who will return, I hope.
Savoyard puts his head on one side, shakes it, and strokes his mice.
Great as he is, those peaks would have been touched very differently by a Savoyard as great as he.
They say the Savoyard is not a bad comrade, and at any rate he can charge like a soldier.
He was a Savoyard, expelled from his country because of his religious principles.
Can it be doubted that this Savoyard priest had a premonition of the Conservation of Force?
And now mile, at eighteen, may learn the sublime mysteries of that faith which is professed by Rousseau's Savoyard vicar.
Why, baron, who would have thought to meet you thus in a Savoyard inn?
Each of these figures is animated by a lout of a Savoyard who has not even intelligence enough to play the beast.
The Savoyard river was reached and the outlying tan-yard crossed.