/ (French də bɛz) /
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Théodore (teodɔr).1519–1605, French Calvinist theologian and scholar, who lived in Switzerland. He succeeded Calvin as leader of the Swiss Protestants
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How to use de Bèze in a sentence
The aide-de-camp of Calvin and Theodore de Beze contrasted admirably with the son of the furrier.
"I bring you a proposal from her to call a species of council," replied Theodore de Beze.
De Beze had, what served him admirably, an agreeable air and manner.
Theodore de Beze caught the hem of Calvin's cassock and kissed it.
"I would rather have a peaceful victory, won by time and reason," said de Beze.