Word Origin for misère
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How to use misère in a sentence
Presently she undertook a grande misere in hearts, the pool being full of counters, besides containing twenty-seven sous.
Silence reigned; Pierrette was watching the game, Sylvie's attention was distracted from her by the interest of the grande misere.
Sylvie thought she might escape paying her misere if she went to see after Pierrette, but Madame de Chargeboeuf stopped her.
Amid the hooting and insults and threats from the mob, he made the dreadful transit from the place Misere to the place Saint-Jean.The Two Brothers|Honore de Balzac
One day in a German town, 'etant dans la misere', I decided to try the French consul.The Island Pharisees|John Galsworthy