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Jusserand

[zhysuh-rahn]
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  1. Jean (A·dri·en An·toine) Jules [zhahn a-dree-ahn ahn-twan zhyl] /ʒɑ̃ a driˈɑ̃ ɑnˈtwan ʒül/, 1855–1932, French diplomat, historian, and essayist.
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Historical Examples of jusserand

  • I must ask Jusserand, who will I am sure be able to tell us.

    Letters of a Diplomat's Wife

    Mary King Waddington

  • Jusserand--we have received an entire series of studies of exceptional charm, variety, and accomplishment.

  • Jusserand in his usual happy manner said, "'Cordially,' that is a little too strong."

  • The men of the Embassy were much pleased, particularly Jusserand, who is rather "difficile."

    Letters of a Diplomat's Wife

    Mary King Waddington

  • Jusserand gives a brief account of the old-time physicians in English Wayfaring Life, pp. 177 ff.