[mir-uh-boh; French mee-ra-boh]
- Ho·no·ré Ga·bri·el Vic·tor Ri·que·ti [aw-naw-rey ga-bree-el veek-tawr reekuh-tee] /ɔ nɔˈreɪ ga briˈɛl vikˈtɔr rikəˈti/, Count de,1749–91, French Revolutionary statesman and orator.
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Examples from the Web for mirabeau
Much has been said respecting the cause of Mirabeau's death.
For a moment the massive form of Mirabeau brought up alongside of him.Scaramouche
“Words are things,” says Mirabeau; and, to the poet, they are things of potency.The Emigrant
Frederick William Thomas
It is right that the infamy of Mirabeau should be as eternal as his greatness.
His firm conviction was that Mirabeau not only could, but would have saved the monarchy.Gerald Fitzgerald
Charles James Lever
- Comte de, title of Honoré-Gabriel Riqueti. 1749–91, French Revolutionary politician
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