[ mahr-soh; French mar-soh ]
/ mɑrˈsoʊ; French marˈsoʊ /
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Mar·cel [mahr-sel; French mar-sel], /mɑrˈsɛl; French marˈsɛl/, 1923–2007, French actor and mime.
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Words nearby Marceau
Marcan, Marcantonio, Marc Antony, marcasite, marcato, Marceau, marcel, marcella, Marcellinus, Marcello, Marcellus
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How to use Marceau in a sentence
Even now, Marceau is the preferred actress of 54 percent of French people.How Bardot Influenced Sex|Eric Pape|September 27, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Marceau, indignant at being rebuked by a young staff officer, roughly asked, "And who are you?"Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
The republican army, commanded by Marceau and Westermann, surprised the town at night.Barn and the Pyrenees|Louisa Stuart Costello
For the victory of Cholet Klber was made general of division and Marceau confirmed as general of brigade.
The nobles made light of the revolutionists; for them Bonaparte was another, but more fortunate, Marceau.The Chouans|Honore de Balzac
Marceau was not older than these soldiers, who died without fame or glory, when his brief and wonderful career came to an end.Georges Guynemer|Henry Bordeaux
British Dictionary definitions for Marceau
/ (French marso) /
Marcel (marsɛl). 1923–2007, French mime artist
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