Coeur de Lion
[kur duh lee-uh n; French kœr duh lyawn]
- Richard I, meaning “lionhearted.”
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Examples from the Web for coeur de lion
You remember, or perhaps you do not, a thing I once sent you about Coeur-de-Lion.
The Poem of Coeur-de-Lion has been already mentioned, and the wider form and aim it had got since he first took it in hand.
It is as much out of his possibility, as the prowess of Coeur-de-Lion, or an Irishman's day's work on the railroad.
But the leonine threat did not hinder the devotion of Daniel, the Coeur-de-Lion of the ages.New Tabernacle Sermons
Thomas De Witt Talmage