[ awr-ee-ohl, -awl; French oh-ryawl ]
/ ˌɔr iˈoʊl, -ˈɔl; French oʊˈryɔl /
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Vin·cent [vin-suhnt; French van-sahn], /ˈvɪn sənt; French vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/, 1884–1966, French statesman: president 1947–54.
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How to use Auriol in a sentence
All this has been proved by the testimonies of Mr. Auriol and Mr. Halhed before your Lordships.
Eager to test the effect of the elixir, Auriol put his hand to his side.
Auriol gazed earnestly at his aged relative, but he said nothing.
"You spoke of two crimes with which your conscience was burdened," remarked Auriol.
In his hand he held the halberd with which Auriol had been wounded.
British Dictionary definitions for Auriol
/ (French ɔrjɔl) /
Vincent (vɛ̃sɑ̃). 1884–1966, French statesman; president of the Fourth Republic (1947–54)
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