[ ba-res ]
/ baˈrɛs /
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Mau·rice [moh-rees], /moʊˈris/, 1862–1923, French novelist, writer on politics, and politician.
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How to use Barrès in a sentence
Saint-Pol knew where to find him; but (as he told William des Barres) it was useless to go there without some force.
Des Barres obeyed; and as the silence resumed Gilles began twitching his sword again.
Some men seek temptation, others fall under it; Des Barres was of this kind.
Take my sword and get crowns'; and so he turned again into battle, and Des Barres pressed after him.
He had been speaking as if to himself so far, but now turned his hawk-eyes upon Des Barres.
British Dictionary definitions for Barrès
/ (French barɛs) /
Maurice (mɔris). 1862–1923, French novelist, essayist, and politician: a fervent nationalist and individualist
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