- (Lu·cie Sim·plice) Ca·mille (Be·noit) [ly-see san-plees ka-mee-yuh buh-nwa] /lüˈsi sɛ̃ˈplis kaˈmi yə bəˈnwa/, 1760–94, journalist, pamphleteer, and leader in the French Revolution.
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Desmoulins vociferates: The beast is in the trap; now to finish him!Legends of the Bastille
Desmoulins was living with his friend Mirabeau 73at Versailles, and Sieys was often there.Talleyrand
Desmoulins in bronze now stands in the garden, near this spot.A Wanderer in Paris
E. V. Lucas
I dined with him; the company were, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Desmoulins, and Mr. Lowe.
Desmoulins made at least one discovery of epochal importance.A History of Science, Volume 4(of 5)
Henry Smith Williams
- (Lucie Simplice) Camille (Benoît) (kamij). 1760–94, French revolutionary leader, pamphleteer, and orator