[ oh-ba-nel ]
/ oʊ baˈnɛl /
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Thé·o·dore [tey-aw-dawr], /teɪ ɔˈdɔr/, 1829–86, French poet.
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How to use Aubanel in a sentence
Some others of the Félibres, even Aubanel, in our opinion, have produced verse that is very ordinary in quality.
Through Roumanille he came to know Aubanel, Croustillat, and others.
By the school of the so-called Félibres, of whom Mistral and Aubanel are the chief.A Short History of French Literature|George Saintsbury