de la Roche

[ duhluh-rawsh ]

  1. Ma·zo [mey-zoh], /ˈmeɪ zoʊ/, 1885–1961, Canadian novelist.

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[ duh-la-rawsh ]

  1. (Hip·po·lyte) Paul [ee-paw-leetpawl], /i pɔˈlit pɔl/, 1797–1856, French historical and portrait painter. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use de la Roche in a sentence

  • In the heart of the village of Ban de la Roche, are the church hallowed by his preaching, and the grave where he sleeps.

  • While you were gone, that young man, Monsieur de la Roche, nearly fainted here.

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  • M. de la Roche-Jugan was one of those who had served the Government of the Restoration with an unshaken but hopeless devotion.

  • He had but to marry Madame de la Roche-Jugan and adopt her son to banish this care.

  • Madame de la Roche-Jugan followed her there, because she followed her everywhere, and took her son Sigismund.

British Dictionary definitions for Delaroche


/ (French dəlɑrɔʃ) /

  1. (Hippolyte) Paul . 1797–1859, French painter of portraits and sentimental historical scenes, such as The Children of Edward IV in the Tower (1830)

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