Auriol

[awr-ee-ohl, -awl; French oh-ryawl]
noun
  1. Vin·cent [vin-suh nt; French van-sahn] /ˈvɪn sənt; French vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/, 1884–1966, French statesman: president 1947–54.
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Historical Examples of auriol

  • But you can understand this—on the whole, the probability is that Miss Auriol will die.

  • Miss Auriol has been asleep for nearly two hours and is still asleep.

  • Eager to test the effect of the elixir, Auriol put his hand to his side.

    Auriol

    W. Harrison Ainsworth

  • Auriol gazed earnestly at his aged relative, but he said nothing.

    Auriol

    W. Harrison Ainsworth

  • "You spoke of two crimes with which your conscience was burdened," remarked Auriol.

    Auriol

    W. Harrison Ainsworth


British Dictionary definitions for auriol

Auriol

noun
  1. Vincent (vɛ̃sɑ̃). 1884–1966, French statesman; president of the Fourth Republic (1947–54)
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