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Gramont

[ gra-mawn ]

noun

  1. Phi·li·bert [fee-lee-, ber], Comte de, 1621–1707, French courtier, soldier, and adventurer.


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Such wit as de Gramont's was not of the sort that the French King appreciated; it was too familiar.

His flippancy and irreligion as he grew old alarmed the Comtesse de Gramont, who was very devout, for the safety of his soul.

He was something of a Chevalier de Gramont on an inferior scale.

Both his own and Gramont's artillery now redoubled their fire, till the British could hardly stand it.

Gramont called upon me yesterday and was profuse in expressions of friendship to England, to you, and to me.

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