Definition for marche (2 of 2)
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Marche, as Marcheline was known, shot it down, thinking it was “too Hebrew.”
Guret grew up round an abbey founded in the 7th century, and in later times became the capital of the district of Marche.
Marche leaned forward and scanned the water and sky alternately.
Marche was fighting hard for self-restraint; he was young and romantic, and his heart was very full.
Marche, who had been leaning forward, head bent as though watching the water, turned to the girl abruptly.
Marche's hand lay lightly on Courtney's shoulder for a moment, as they parted.