Bontemps

[ bon-tahm; French bawn-tahn ]

noun
  1. Ar·na Wendell [ahr-nuh], /ˈɑr nə/, 1902–73, U.S. author.

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How to use Bontemps in a sentence

  • It is likely enough that you will be able to find some clothes, in Bontemps' chest, that will fit you.

  • Jacques Bontemps, the captain of the Annette, was an old acquaintance of mine.

  • Captain Bontemps, for one who has done for me everything should I dread anything?

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  • Pierre Bontemps fashioned the bas-reliefs that celebrate the wars in Italy; he and other masters made the priants and gisants.

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  • Then they came on to the fisher wharf and right into the arms of Captain Jean Bontemps.

    The Beach of Dreams | H. De Vere Stacpoole