Bonheur

[ bo-nur; French baw-nœr ]

noun
  1. Ro·sa [roh-zuh; French raw-za], /ˈroʊ zə; French rɔˈza/, Maria Rosalie Bonheur, 1822–99, French painter.

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How to use Bonheur in a sentence

  • Dans le Bonheur de nos meilleurs amis nous trouvons souvent quelque chose qui ne nous plaît pris entièrement.

  • Essai sur les prjugs, ou De l'influence des opinions sur les moeurs et sur le Bonheur des Hommes.

    Baron d'Holbach | Max Pearson Cushing
  • The best artists, such as Rosa Bonheur and Mrs. Murray herself, exhibit with this society.

  • Ce n'est pas le Bonheur—however, I have had nothing to do with politics for an everlasting age.

    The conquest of Rome | Matilde Serao
  • Crtineau-Joly is of the opinion that the generalate of Vitelleschi was monotone de Bonheur.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 | Thomas J. Campbell

British Dictionary definitions for Bonheur

Bonheur

/ (French bɔnœr) /


noun
  1. Rosa (roza). 1822–99, French painter of animals

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