Christophe

or Cris·tophe

[ kree-stawf ]

noun
  1. Hen·ri [ahn-ree], /ɑ̃ˈri/, "Henri I", 1767–1820, Haitian revolutionary general, born in Grenada: king 1811–20.

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How to use Christophe in a sentence

  • In the bow was a man unknown to Christophe, a man of low stature and very simply dressed.

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  • Christophe Lecamus was a fine representative of the ardent and devoted portion of the people.

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  • "You shall now know what we expect of you," resumed the minister, after allowing a short pause for Christophe's astonishment.

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  • Christophe landed, and the boat disappeared instantly beneath the arches of the pont au Change.

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  • Christophe followed the young officer to the grand staircase, not without a glance of ecstasy at the semi-Moorish tower.

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British Dictionary definitions for Christophe

Christophe

/ (French kristɔf) /


noun
  1. Henri (ɑ̃ri). 1767–1820, Haitian revolutionary leader; king of Haiti (1811–20)

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