noun, plural pap·il·lons [-lonz; French pa-pee-yawn] /-ˌlɒnz; French pa piˈyɔ̃/.
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It was probably the essays of Papillon that provoked curious experiments on the part of other wood engravers.The Printed Book|Henri Bouchot
Such a letter helps us to realise the loss suffered by France from the exile of men like Papillon.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century|Charles Bastide
The learned Zani had, in truth, his own reasons for taking Papillon at his word.Engraving: Its Origin, Processes, and History|Henri Delaborde
The young detective was hastening away, when Papillon called him back.Monsieur Lecoq, v.1|Emile Gaboriau
She adds to her gift the horse Papillon and his comrade Benoist.The Fairy Mythology|Thomas Keightley