[ doh-dey, daw-; French doh-de ]
/ doʊˈdeɪ, dɔ-; French doʊˈdɛ /
Al·phonse [al-fawns], /alˈfɔ̃s/, 1840–97, French novelist and short-story writer. his son, Lé·on [ley-awn], /leɪˈɔ̃/, 1867–1942, French journalist and novelist.
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How to use Daudet in a sentence
This trait in the man of the Midi is one that Daudet has brought out humorously in the Tartarin books.
They make you think of Daudet's statement concerning the man of the south, "When he is not talking, he is not thinking."
Daudet approved of the Félibrige movement, though what he himself wrote in Provençal is insignificant.
Daudet drew on his experiences, and on the notes he was always accumulating, more strenuously than he should have done.
British Dictionary definitions for Daudet
Alphonse (alfɔ̃s). 1840–97, French novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist: noted particularly for his humorous sketches of Provençal life, as in Lettres de mon moulin (1866)
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