soubise and I huddled close together, trying to keep each other warm.
soubise, for his share, 'had of killed 24,'—O you laggard of a soubise!
Of this fact, however, soubise would be ignorant, and might only have heard that the Prussian army was marching to annihilate him.
But soubise was too timid to answer, and I speak English very badly.
soubise was then past forty, however, and he did not—as indeed who does in middle life?
But my fair duchess shall find me worse to deal with than soubise.
soubise would answer; and both, let us hope, did their utmost in this extremely bad predicament they had got into.
To soubise—if he submits,—as submit he must—we can make compensation.
soubise, the last of the avowed Protestants to leave her, still dreamed he might succeed in persuading her.
La Rochefoucauld, soubise, and others were criminated to a minor degree.