- Mi·chel Guil·laume Jean de [mee-shel gee-yohm zhahn duh] /miˈʃɛl giˈyoʊm ʒɑ̃ də/, J. Hector St. John, 1735–1813, French writer, statesman, and agriculturalist, in the U.S. after 1754.
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Examples from the Web for crevecoeur
The Countess of Crevecoeur gravely rebuked her husband for his violence.
"Let us hear, let us hear what says the Boar's bride," said Crevecoeur.
"Only when, like that of Heaven, it is just," answered Crevecoeur firmly.
"Now Heaven nourish thy judgment, gentle youth," said Crevecoeur, still laughing at the chivalrous inamorato.
I and my friend Lunin were merely spectators, and poor Crevecoeur had gone to bed.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt