a chamois that inhabits the Pyrenees.
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Ralph, 1742–1804, U.S. diplomat and politician.
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How to use izard in a sentence
In one test of emotional knowledge, izard's team asked kids how someone would feel if his best friend moved away.
Mr izard has been to Holland, to obtain a passage from thence, but unfortunately missed his opportunity and returned disappointed.
Mr izard, however, has seen him, and will give you a satisfactory account of what he says.
Vergennes' strictures on Arthur Lee and izard, 255, 255 (note).Benjamin Franklin; Self-Revealed, Volume I (of 2) | Wiliam Cabell Bruce
Reply to charges in Mr izard's letters, respecting commercial and other transactions in France.
My recall prevented the execution of the plan, and Mr izard doubtless apprehended that I should solicit for the appointment.
British Dictionary definitions for izard
(esp in the Pyrenees) another name for chamois
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