- Louis Jo·seph de [lwee zhaw-zef duh] /lwi ʒɔˈzɛf də/, 1654–1712, French general and marshal.
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Examples from the Web for vendome
He is the author of The Private World of Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé (Vendome) and Une Vie Saint Laurent (Albin Michel).Is Couture Dying?
January 27, 2010
In a few minutes Vendome was sent for by the King and Monseigneur.
Vendome was so placed that he could have gained it in six leagues at the most.
He was good at this; he could have flattened the Vendome column like a pancake.L'Assommoir
He will say that the inquiry at Vendome is over, and that it will be best to return to Paris at once.The Champdoce Mystery
It was behind the Place de Vendome, on the other side from the Ritz.Anna the Adventuress
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- Louis Joseph de (lwi ʒozɛf də). 1654–1712, French marshal, noted for his command during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701–14)
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