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Delcassé

[ del-ka-sey ]
/ dɛl kaˈseɪ /
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noun
Thé·o·phile [tey-aw-feel], /teɪ ɔˈfil/, 1852–1923, French statesman.
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How to use Delcassé in a sentence

  • France was forced against the will of her minister of foreign affairs, Delcasse, to attend a conference at Algeciras.

  • In 1905 so definite was the threat of war that France avoided it only by dismissing her war minister, Delcasse.

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  • In accordance with my instructions, I felt myself empowered to assure M. Delcasse that his conditions were accepted on our side.

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