noun plural enfants sauvages (ɑ̃fɑ̃ sovaʒ)
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But what happens when the enfant terrible has enfants of her own?
At 39, he is no longer young enough to be an enfant terrible, but people still peg him as a kid too cool to grow up.
"Mon enfant," he triumphantly added, with an air of jubilant proprietorship.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3)|Charles James Wills
When war was declared the son Sauvage, who was then thirty-three years old, enlisted, leaving his mother alone in the house.
Mother Sauvage continued her ordinary existence in her cottage, which was soon covered by the snows.
The old "Sauvage" stood before her ruined dwelling, armed with her gun, her son's gun, for fear one of those men might escape.
At dinner one of them was worried to see that La Mere Sauvage still ate nothing.