noun, plural monts-de-pié·té [mawnduh-pyey-tey] /mɔ̃də pyeɪˈteɪ/. French.
- mont blanc,
- mont cenis,
- mont cervin,
Examples from the Web for mont-de-piete
Do not fly to the Mont-de-Piete; it is the ruin of the borrower.Cousin Betty|Honore de Balzac
You may have noticed that the manager of the mont-de-piete here isn't strong on conventional good looks.
Godefroid looked at that snuff-box, wondering it had not been sold or found its way to the mont-de-piete.The Brotherhood of Consolation|Honore de Balzac
And at the mont-de-piete there occurred a surprising incident.
You would say, "What does this young man, so well-dressed, in a mont-de-piete?"