briquet

[ bri-ket ]

noun, verb (used with object),bri·quet·ted, bri·quet·ting.

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How to use briquet in a sentence

  • "More calmly," said a voice at once soft and imperative, of which briquet vainly sought the owner.

    The Forty-Five Guardsmen | Alexandre Dumas
  • "I cannot certify that they were his words," replied briquet, who seemed to take a pleasure in teazing the cavalier.

    The Forty-Five Guardsmen | Alexandre Dumas
  • briquet imagined this to be the window of the hall, and thought that if he could gain this place he could see all.

    The Forty-Five Guardsmen | Alexandre Dumas
  • briquet found 11 male to 204 female hysterics, and later statistics increase the number of males.

  • briquet, M.—De quelques industries nouvelles dont le papier est la base.

    The Manufacture of Paper | Robert Walter Sindall