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Deschamps

/ deʃɑ̃ /

noun

  1. DeschampsÉmile17911871MFrenchWRITING: poetTHEATRE: dramatistMUSIC: librettist Émile ( French emil), full name Émile Deschamps de Saint-Armand . 1791–1871, French poet, dramatist, and librettist: a leading figure in the French romantic movement
  2. DeschampsEustache?1346?1406MFrenchWRITING: poet Eustache (østaʃ). ?1346–?1406, French poet, noted for his Miroir de mariage, a satirical attack on women


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Mr. Edmondson grinned as he and Amory passed M. Criqui and Mrs. Deschamps for the fourth time.

Mrs. Deschamps whispered back, half shocked, half as if such a man was indeed a creature to be dreaded.

Mr. Massey was frequently taken by the shoulders by Mrs. Deschamps and turned out of the room, as being only in the way.

But the deepest, gladdest tears at those nuptials were shed by Bonaventure Deschamps.

He was doubtless well acquainted with the writings of Froissart and of Eustace Deschamps.

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