[French dyduh-vahn]


Madame A·man·dine Lu·cile Au·rore [French a-mahn-deen ly-seel oh-rawr] /French a mɑ̃ˈdin lüˈsil oʊˈrɔr/. Sand, George.

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Historical Examples of dudevant

  • By her marriage with Dudevant, she had had a son and a daughter.


    Albert Payson Terhune

  • Dudevant have painted Chopin somewhat as a sickly sentimentalist, living in an atmosphere of moonshine and unreality.

    Great Musical Composers

    George T. Ferris

  • Dudevant drank more and more heavily, and jeered at his wife because she was "always looking for noon at fourteen o'clock."

  • Mme. Dudevant, on her side, would have nothing more to do with this rustic rake.

  • "You are a wonderful young lady," Dudevant said, with that well-known yearning in his eyes.

    T. Tembarom

    Frances Hodgson Burnett