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affaire d'honneur

[ a-fer daw-nœr ]
/ a fɛr dɔˈnœr /
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noun, plural af·faires d'hon·neur [a-fer daw-nœr]. /a fɛr dɔˈnœr/. French.

a duel.

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Origin of affaire d'honneur

Literally, “affair of honor”

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British Dictionary definitions for affaire d'honneur

affaire d'honneur
/ French (afɛr dɔnœr) /

noun plural affaires d'honneur (afɛr dɔnœr)

a duel
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