noun, plural flam·beaux [flam-bohz], /ˈflæm boʊz/, flam·beaus.
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Origin of flambeau
Example sentences from the Web for flambeau
And the captain of the guard, the colonel of the Swiss, and some attendants, rushed into the king's room with flambeaux.Chicot the Jester|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
The jongleurs sang new chansons; the ladies blazed in brighter silks and velvet; a myriad flambeaux flickered over all.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
Two footmen with flambeaux got up behind, and the coachman was ordered to drive home.
Lamps and flambeaux are used at Japanese weddings, and torches are still used at Turkish marriages.Curious Church Customs|Various
It was led by a priest, bearing the banner of the church, and followed by two boys, holding long flambeaux in their hands.The Portland Sketch Book|Various